Re: Windows to Debian secure data transfer over internet
Paul Cartwright wrote:
> On Tue November 11 2008, H.S. wrote:
>> For now what I have in mind is this:
>> 1. Ask him to make archive volumes of the data, say 10 MB each.
>> 2. Ask him to install the GUI scp client on his windows box.
>> 3. Create account for him on my Debian router machine.
>> 4. Ask him to start scp transfer of those volumes. They may number 300
>> in all (around 3GB of data).
>> 5. If the connection breaks, he can know right away which was the last
>> volume being transfered and can resume from there.
> I use winscp frequently to transfer files from a windows box to a red hat box.
> Winscp is a free, easy-to-use Secure FTP program. It has a dual-window format
> file-manager type display, very similar to WS-FTP.
> see their web site:
Yup, that is what we are trying right now. He logs in using his username
and password to my machine and is transferring files using winscp that
he installed a little while ago. The only problem I that scp does not
appear to support a resume operation so he will have keep track of the
last file transfered in case of connection loss.
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