Yep. The subject says all.
I run Win NT on my laptop, and I have a PCMCIA 56k modem card.
For some reason, I can't send "big blocks of data" with
my modem, for example to upload during a ftp connection.
I asked this question previously and got some new ideas.
Somebody told me that it is a problem of buffer, related to
the MTU number and associated stuff. I still haven't figured
out a way to know exactly what the connection settings are
about those "buffers numbers".
Does somebody know that?
Another guy told me that it could be Flow Control. This is not
it, I tried to disable it both in the Port Configuration Panel
AND in the modem configuration panel.
So what can this be???
I'm starting to be tired of trying to solve this problem, since
I can't upload my website easily!
It is a weird problem, that, for sure. Because when I'm running
a smtp server, the delivery of "big emails" goes through without
Any other idea, hint?
Thank you VERY much for your help.