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Proxy - Firewall Help

Chethan Kumar Baliga
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Joined: Sep 17, 2002
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When I upload a file to the server from a client OR download a file from the server, there seems to be a restriction (an upper limit) on the file size. These settings are done for the Proxy/Firewall behind which my client is. Am I incorrect? I am using HTML/Servlets in Java for the Upload/Download. Has anyone come across such a problem? Please help.
Thanks in advance!!!
Kyle Brown
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Two things:
(1) This doesn't belong in Web Services -- I'm moving it to the Servlets forum.
(2) Your name is in violation of Javaranch policies. Please register with a new user name of the form "firstname lastname".
Kyle


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