i am developing a program that will work like GETRIGHT or DOWNLOAD ACCELERATOR PLUS i want to write a code that will save the ipaddress and its downloaded percentage that has already been downloaded. /////////// HAve each page/file on internet its own ip? e.g. www.yahhoo.com = 190.0.0...or something and www.yahoo.com\login.html = 22.214.171.124 other than www.yahoo.com. please do help me. thanku
I'm really not sure what you need here. Are you wanting to cache these pages? Are you wanting to cache multiple pages concurrently? Give us a little more info and maybe we can point you in a direction. Michael Morris
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salman shaikh yousuf
Joined: Mar 26, 2003
sir i want to download files (all kinds eg .exe, .htm .html .swf setup files etc) in chunks. once i conect to internet for 15 minutes and i have downloaded 20% of the file and then next time connectivity 30% more total of 50% thats what i want to do. Download files in chunks/parts. guide me how can i get info of file and what casses will be used? Thanku for ur reply.
Joined: Jan 30, 2002
So you want to connect to the internet, start downloading a file and if you lose your connection be able to resume the download after reconnecting? You could do that with plain sockets, but that wouldn't gain you any time because you would still have to skip the bytes already downloaded when you opened up the InputStream the second time. Those skipped bytes are still going to be in the pipe the second time around. So you are most likely going to have to use the FTP protocol and hope that the FTP server supports the RESTART (REST) command. You can find the white paper here RFC 959 on the full FTP protocol. This is the pertinent statement on the REST command: RESTART (REST) The argument field represents the server marker at which file transfer is to be restarted. This command does not cause file transfer but skips over the file to the specified data checkpoint. This command shall be immediately followed by the appropriate FTP service command which shall cause file transfer to resume. Michael Morris