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Downloading problem
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    Downloading problem

    I am using WL500gp to downloading files and I have problem with files bigger than 2GB (files with filesize under 2GB I can download correctly). I wanted to download one file with 3,98GB size but I could download only 2GB. I dont know what I should do. My disk is 160GB sataII (ext2 formated, but same at fat32). I have original FW1.9.7.2
    Thanks for your advice.

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    This sounds like a filesystem problem? On FAT32 e.g. the max file size is 2GB. But as the Linux ext2 should be able to more: Do you have access to another computer (e.g. a Mac or a WinXP with NTFS) that could eliminate the possibility that it might by your computer and not the router?

    stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by strahl View Post
    This sounds like a filesystem problem? On FAT32 e.g. the max file size is 2GB. But as the Linux ext2 should be able to more: Do you have access to another computer (e.g. a Mac or a WinXP with NTFS) that could eliminate the possibility that it might by your computer and not the router?

    stefan

    I noticed the same problem! My disk is ext3 !!
    When I copy a file > 2 Gb using the share. It will work!

    ;-(

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