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FTP gets slower than ftp puts on WAN

Within the local network transferring files to a server (writing) takes longer than reading or getting the files (as I would expect), but outside the local network on a 100mb link the opposite is true. Using FTP we can put files (write)to the server faster than we can get them. I am not sure why this is. The files are being routed through our local router in both instances. Can anyone help? How would I begin troubleshooting this?

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Re: FTP gets slower than ftp puts on WAN

You may want to do a PathPing (Windows XP system) from your remote site to the server.

PathPing: Pathping is a TCP/IP based utility (command-line tool) that provides useful information about network latency and network loss at intermediate hops between a source address and a destination address.

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Re: FTP gets slower than ftp puts on WAN

Thankyou , I will try this today...Ken

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