Copying files from T2 which can be resumed if interrupted

bottletop

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For FTP - install betaftpd server on the HDR and use something like FileZilla client on a pc.
For rsync - install rsync on HDR and use HDR cli to invoke rsync.
 
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MymsMan

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Would that mean the pc will have to be on the whole time of the transfer?
Both the source and target machines obviously need to be active - If the PC is not the source /target then it is a (unnecessary) middleman
As usual it would it would have been helpful to have a clear explanation of what you need to copy and from where to where in the initial post.
 
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sine24

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Both the source and target machines obviously need to be active - If the PC is not the source /target then it is a (unnecessary) middleman
As usual it would it would have been helpful to have a clear explanation of what you need to copy and from where to where in the initial post.
Copying large 20gbplus files from t2 to nas on the network.
 

bottletop

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For FTP - install betaftpd server on the HDR and use something like FileZilla client on a pc.
For rsync - install rsync on HDR and use HDR cli to invoke rsync.
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For FTP - install betaftpd server on the HDR and use FTP client (eg FileZilla) on other end.
 
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sine24

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Thank you to both. It does feel that it may be above my capabilities.

One thing I noticed was this: copying via the T2 opt+ seems to be slower by a factor of 2 if not 3 compared to copying using file explorer on my pc between the same source/destination
 
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sine24

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Thank you. Would that restart a 60 gb file which was only 10 gb downloaded when the network connection failed?
 
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