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i have to move 2 files (2-4GB) from one server to other computer through the internet every 1 week, what is the best way to do it?

Posted on 2011-09-07
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I have installed Filezila to do this it used to work but i do not have any more FIX IP, do i must fix ip for transfering? can you recomand on easy way to do this?

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Does the file need to be usable at the other end or is this a backup?

There is a lot of backup software out there that can just upload the portion of files that have changed. We run a lot of scenarios over the web using logmein hamachi which generates a point to point link for two machines. Logmein backup will sync files from two computers over the web and do this very quickly.
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for backup
and looking for free or cheap software, log me in could be good but it costing
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Logmein backup is very good at £24 a year and does the job really well
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You could use SFTP (secure FTP).
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what is the best and esay way to use SFTP? do i need a fix ip in the local computer which the file is transfering to?
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