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Hello all, I've flipped about 50 pages back in the forums and haven't found anything that would explain the problem I'm having right now. The problem is that I need to transfer about 5 Gigs of data from a Windows XP(SP1) machine to a fresh full install of RedHat Linux 9, to do this I chose to upload the files using ftp from Windows to Linux, but the upload speed never goes above 60KB/sec. I know the problem is not the Linux machine or the Windows machine along with their respective software because I've tried, uploading/downloading, with both Windows and Linux, from other servers on the internet and had speeds reaching 600KB/sec. I think there's a problem with my network. I've disbaled the RHL9 firewall and the firewall built into XP, still same problem. The network is configured as so.
Windows XP-------HUB(Cable internet 10MBPS max)------RHL9
If anyone has any idea as to why this is happening, please post.
Thanks in advance.
P.S. I would prefer not to use Samba because i have world of trouble with it.