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Old 10-19-2017, 03:22 PM   #1
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nextcloud - support for UDP file transfers or faster TCP file transfers

hi all,

i have come across nextcloud and im finding it ticks all my boxes ie you can share a folder between multiple users , send them an email for notifications and password resets, really good

my question is, can it do UDP file transfers like "signiant mediashuttle" or "aspera faspex" if so do you have to enable it ie the ports it uses for file transfers

if it doesnt support UDP ports can i maybe make port 443 (https) how external users connect to the website, can i maybe make port 443 fast for fast file transfers ie multiple streams and not just one stream, ie pipe

many thanks,



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