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We are unable to transfer files which is larger than 120kb using command line but the saem file can be transferred using GUI.

asked Jan 03 '12 at 06:54

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I think, there probably isn't enough information for someone to be able to help immediately...

Can you start by providing the following?

----Client Info----

  • The SSH version you are using Issue the following command at the command line ...

ssh2 -V or ssh -V

  • The operating system you are on Issue the following command at the command line..

On Windows system -> systeminfo > SystemInfo.txt (Please send us the SystemInfo.txt file that the command creates)

On UNIX/LINUX system -> uname -a cat /etc/*release

----Server Info----

  • From the client Issue the following command to get SSH version of the machine you trying to connect to...

telnet YOUR-TARGET-SYSTEM SSH-PORT

Replace YOUR-TARGET-SYSTEM with the name of the system you are trying to connect to. Replace SSH-PORT with the SSH port you are connecting to on the target system. Default is 22

  • Then on the actual server: The operating system of the machine you are trying to connect to. Issue the following command at the command line..

On Windows system -> systeminfo > SystemInfo.txt (Please send us the SystemInfo.txt file that the command creates)

On UNIX/LINUX system -> uname -a cat /etc/*release

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answered Jan 05 '12 at 05:48

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