What is throttling process that used to transfer large files?

Posted on 2009-02-23
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What is throttling process that used to transfer large files?

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    One way to throttle is to transfer by FTP and use the client or server to limit the number of parallel connections and the connection speed.  Another way is to use a software that will throttle the connection on the client or server computer.
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