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Sending files locally w/ uTorrent

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Does anyone know if it's possible to send files across your home network with uTorrent? I can easily send files to someone out of my network using port forwarding and having my PC as the tracker, but even adding localhost or my internal ip as a tracker isn't working locally. :c

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What even is the point?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Kilrah said:

What even is the point?

My flash drive is tiny as hell and I'm trying to send like 700gb of files to another PC

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There used to be an application called bittorrent sync that sounds like what your after. apparently its called Resilio Sync these days 

 

Edit: it used to be free but looks like its payed now 

 

SMB file share is probably the easiest way to go though if you want a free solution NFS might be a bit faster but i dont have much experience with it so cant really comment on that.

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Yup, just set up a network share...


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14 hours ago, Wyren9029 said:

There used to be an application called bittorrent sync that sounds like what your after. apparently its called Resilio Sync these days 

 

Edit: it used to be free but looks like its payed now

Resilio Sync is still mostly free. Only advanced settings need paying. I've been using it for few years now to move media files between main PC and laptop/tablet/phone.


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