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Thread: Does anyone have a way to send torrents from work to home?

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    Does anyone have a way to send legal torrents from work to your home computer?

    I Do have a way: It's new and cool. I want to share it without getting kicked out of here. Please let me know if I may do so. Thanks.

    Joe
    Last edited by commandlinekid; 01-23-2011 at 04:41 PM.

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    That'd be connecting to a Radmin server in my home computer for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by commandlinekid View Post
    I Do have a way: It's new and cool. I want to share it without getting kicked out of here.
    I think you just did.
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."

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    cool
    Last edited by commandlinekid; 01-23-2011 at 04:40 PM.

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    or Re-download the torrent to your home computer...

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    hmm, do I have way to send torrent from work to home?

    Other than rsync, scp, rcp, ftp, sftp, http, https, ftam, uftp, tftp, fsp and mtp I don't think I have any way of doing that.
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    U can use utorrent webui, just download it directly from your home by open the file on your work PV and load it to the webui client from home on the web.

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    Use dropbox.
    1.) Set the dropbox folder (in your home PC) to automatically load torrents from uTorrent preferences.
    2.) Send your .torrents from office to your dropbox and it will start in your home PC

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    You can always use Teamviewer. If u are working and u think of something u need to do with you home computer, u can log in and do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbyBeats View Post
    Use dropbox.
    1.) Set the dropbox folder (in your home PC) to automatically load torrents from uTorrent preferences.
    2.) Send your .torrents from office to your dropbox and it will start in your home PC
    I second that. Easiest possible solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sier View Post
    You can always use Teamviewer. If u are working and u think of something u need to do with you home computer, u can log in and do it.
    TeamViewer has the disadvantage it uses its servers as a proxy, to prevent connectability from being an issue, but that also adds a bunch of lag. I've found RAdmin or RemotelyAnywhere to be much faster. Just make sure your home PC is connectable...
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."

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