Have you tried ever pass 80 MB on the internet from Kamchatka to the South
Ukraine? :). I recently had to do it over a modem.
Direct Transfer business tiresome, but fortunately there are free
FTP server (www.newmail.ru), but they have one drawback: the client software
can "fill in" the limited size of the file, for example, 100 kbps, or
to work over HTTP through the WEB-interface. The matter has become complicated by the fact
that transmitted to humans are not particularly versed in the wisdom of
Internet. Thus was born the idea of \u200b\u200bthe program: the file transfer parts.
Hence, the main features:
- Parts of the file transfer server FTP, the specified size;
- All the parts of a file are stored in a folder with the same name as the file;
- Receive portions of the file from the server and restore it from parts
(Here choose only the folder, the parts must be there);
- Some resilience against failures at reception and especially file transfer,
by dividing it into pieces, and the regime continued "Fill."
It turns out that I'm giving the program its partner and we can share
quite large files over a dial-up connection. Here in brief and all.