Is it possible to share large data files?

Is it possible to share large data files between two parties only using utorrent client + without using public tracker

i want to move some large data to another person but we both got slow speed connections and load shedding times so if this way is possible than we will be able to share data with resumes and on dependable times

Should be possiblle using DHT.

dth? :-?

try HFS

hfs?

Why not try the good old msn messenger for transferring the file? :)

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Why not try the good old msn messenger for transferring the file? :)
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but messengers dose not have resuming abilities

Break it down to smaller rar archives and then share it over messenger or whatever.

yup me too in need of such solution...transferring around 2GB data directly to a client in UK...

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Is it possible to share large data files between two parties only using utorrent client + without using public tracker

i want to move some large data to another person but we both got slow speed connections and load shedding times so if this way is possible than we will be able to share data with resumes and on dependable times

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Yes you can look here http://filesharefreak.com/2008/10/08/share-private-torrents-with-utorrents-embedded-tracker/

Have you used :

Yahoo's Zuma Drive

MSN's Sky Drive

Google Base

1. https://docs.google.com/

* Maximum file size: 1024 MB

* Storage space: 1024 MB

2. http://skydrive.live.com/

* Maximum file size: 50 MB

* Storage space: 25 GB

3. http://www.megaupload.com/

* Maximum file size: 2048 MB

* Storage space: 200 GB

* Free premium: 2 Hours Daily with Mega Manager software.

4. http://rapidshare.com/

Maximum file size: 500 MB

5. 1. http://www.yousendit.com/compare-plans

Maximum file size: 100 MB

6. if you have a hosting package. upload files on the server and share it with others.

Use Dropbox. Google it, it's a file hosting service, free upto 2GB. It sits as a folder on your computer and syncs automatically across all your devices.

But there's always third party involved, Whats stopping them from seeing your data?

Encrypt it with Truecrypt before sending it then.

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y dont u split and then send it

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Is it possible to share large data files between two parties only using utorrent client + without using public tracker

i want to move some large data to another person but we both got slow speed connections and load shedding times so if this way is possible than we will be able to share data with resumes and on dependable times

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Use FTP to directly send the files. I’ll recommend using FileZilla. More information and for download:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FileZilla

http://filezilla-project.org/

It’s open source project and free software that allow resuming. FileZilla project has created softwares for server and client.

One of you can install server and the other can use client to download or upload the file.

Scenario 1:

You install: FileZilla FTP client

Other party install: FileZilla FTP server

The person with server will go to google and search for “what is my IP address”. Click on any link and get the IP address that is exposed to internet. Then if necessary, open/forward ports in firewall and/or router. The person with server will tell you the the IP address and port number. You’ll connect to server and start uploading your large file without compressing or splitting because FileZilla can handle files larger than 2GB. If due to any reason the connection is disconnected then you can restart the process (resuming the file).

Scenario 1:

You install: FileZilla FTP server

Other party install: FileZilla FTP client

Reverse the roles. However, in this case, the other person will download (rather than upload) file from you. You’ll still need to tell the other person about your IP address and port to connect. Downloading also allow resuming file.

Also try DropIttoMe if the receiver has a Dropbox account. They can reserve a space for you at a specified link where you can upload files and the receiver downloads them when required. To use the service the receiver must previously have a DropBox account.

none convenient ^