I think any file by file access across a WAN won't be the fastest method. If you can zip everything up locally and unzip it remotely you'll get the best network bandwidth usage sending the zip file with FTP. Will the increased bandwidth utilization compensate for the time to zip and unzip? Hard to tell. If the option is there I'd likely just use FTP and MPUT (or MGET) to move all the files.

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis

On 9/4/2012 1:11 PM, J Franz wrote:
Is NFS suitable for batch copying many files to a drive on a Win system across
wan (many states away),

or is it more for accessing files on other servers and use ftp for batch
transfers like this?
Hundreds of files in the 1-20 meg range size. These are .tif and .pdf from
Content Manager, stored in ifs.
Jim Franz

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