auto multipart transfert

laetilodie

2010-04-28 20:42:09

Is there an option to activate the multipart downloads for each files higher than a define size and if not, do you think you add one?

mb

2010-04-28 20:44:13

This is currently not possible. We haven't found a real benefit with multi part transfers in most situations, that is the reason the feature is not promoted so much.

laetilodie

2010-04-28 20:53:36

It's a pity, to use all my bandwidth I use this option.

without i download a file at max 700 KB/s
with i download a file at 2.3 MB/s

Some FTP server limits the bandwidth per connection.

matiello

2010-10-05 07:25:01


It's a pity, to use all my bandwidth I use this option.

without i download a file at max 700 KB/s
with i download a file at 2.3 MB/s

Some FTP server limits the bandwidth per connection.

Sorry for reopen this topic but I'm here to share my hapiness because this software was the only one that I've got download using my total bandwith.

I've tried many client FTPs using multiples connections, multiples parts (split files) but no one I've got using my total bandwith, only variable speeds, up and down, up and down never stabilized.

And with SmartFTP I could download all the files with a stable speed.

Then I hope this option receive more attention.

It would be great if some kind of auto function was implemented.

I don't know if have some way easier to apply multi part in transfer because I do this:

1 - Select all the files that I'll download
2 - Right Click -> Download To
3 - Then all the files go to Queue List and they already start download
4 - I stop download
5 - Select all the files -> Right Click -> Properties -> Apply multi-part
6 - I start downlad again

Is there some differente way to apply this?

Thanks
Matiello