backup remote serverto homecomputer

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by alexander, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. alexander

    alexander Guest

    could anybody tel me how to make a backup of the datafiles on the server at
    my office onto my homecomputer? Tapestreamers take to much effort to change
    tapes every day. It should be possible, using ftp, to transmit data from the
    server at my office to my computer at home, without any compressing
    whatsoever.
    That would mean that I could read the Word files made at the office, on my
    home computer. First all data would have to be transmitted (approx. 3 Gb).
    After that, only the changed documents and data should be transmitted to my
    homecomputer. At home as well as at my office, a have a little LAN network,
    using a Alcatel router. I have a high speed connection (broadband).
    Thks for suggestions!
    Alexander
     
    alexander, Mar 8, 2006
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  2. alexander

    Michael-NC Guest

    Get a NAS device. They come with built in FTP. You just configure it and go.
    Most have USB connectors so you can plug in an external drive to back up the
    NAS.

    Check out www.newegg.com

    Search for NAS



    "alexander" <> wrote in message
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    > could anybody tel me how to make a backup of the datafiles on the server
    > at my office onto my homecomputer? Tapestreamers take to much effort to
    > change tapes every day. It should be possible, using ftp, to transmit data
    > from the server at my office to my computer at home, without any
    > compressing whatsoever.
    > That would mean that I could read the Word files made at the office, on my
    > home computer. First all data would have to be transmitted (approx. 3 Gb).
    > After that, only the changed documents and data should be transmitted to
    > my homecomputer. At home as well as at my office, a have a little LAN
    > network, using a Alcatel router. I have a high speed connection
    > (broadband).
    > Thks for suggestions!
    > Alexander
    >
     
    Michael-NC, Mar 8, 2006
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