----- Original Message ----- From: Graham North To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 10:17 PM Subject: ftp problems R4.8
Help! I am a newbie who has set up a command line FreeBSD system on an XPI 166 laptop. Most things seem to work okay except the ftp - I have been struggling with this on and off for a couple of weeks. To download some packages I ended up running ncftp and it was able to successfully operate but excruciatingly slowly (ie 950secs) for a download of about 1MB - I operate on ADSL - go figure. Both the regular and nc ftp packages seem prone to stalling. My latest problems centre about trying to download some webpage files from another machine (WinXP) attached to (and behind) a USR router/firewall (yes the USRobotics firewall is enabled) my Freebsd one is not. The ftp server is filezilla server on the WinXP machine. I was starting with downloading a simple webpage to test apache - two files, index.htm and a small (30K) jpeg image. Index file downloaded quickly, the jpeg stalled after 26K - and kept on stalling - same place. When I tried using ncftp this time, it stalled at about 18K. Things are set up well enough that I am able to connect to and navigate the server from my FreeBSD system. Clearly there must be some basic setting that is incorrect or incompatible - perhaps related to my router - but am not too sure. The only reference which I could find was related to problems with tcp.recvspace being set at 56K for 4.8, but it seemed to refer to modem related problems. In any event I was not able to change it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Graham/ _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"