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I'm trying to get a tgz from my host to a remote server. Both are linux boxes... the server has a rather dated ubuntu but it's been running fine.
Methods I have tried:
- scp from my host to the server
- scp from the server to my host
- ftp from my host to the server (passive, active)
- ftp from the server to my host (passive, active)
- I just tried netcat
I only get to transfer a small part of the file and then I see no more advance in the process.... this is rather unusual, if you ask me. What could be the problem?
Well.... this is the first time ever I've had to do this.... just as an easy attempt, I changed the MTU of the interface from 1500 to 1000 and the file is moving forward.... let's see if the files does go up completely.
ifconfig eth0 mtu 1000
Last edited by eantoranz; 08-24-2012 at 10:24 AM.