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Subject: Re: Downloades from the ftp server I created for PSN folks
From: sismos sismos@..............
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2009 22:17:58 +0000
I downloaded the AVI file just minutes after you posted the link. I
live in Panama. It only took a few minutes, quite fast actually.
I have to admit that the video was strange and looked more like a home
canning operation than a seismic station. I say this kindly because my
station look more like rats nests than seismic stations. What is in all
I really like reading your post.
On Mon, 2009-12-28 at 14:01 -0700, Geoffrey wrote:
> Hello PSN;
> I would like to let you know that everything within the scratch folder
> is OK for you to download.
> I have been watching the last several hours the progress
> of several downloads and come to the conclusion
> there is some kind of interference with connections
> that cross the USA border.
> It may not be possible for Non-USA people to
> download these files in a timely fashion.
> But do not let you stop trying because like
> always I could be wrong.
> I will post just about everything related to
> PSN or Seismology that I do here and it is not
> intended for the general public but only
> PSN peoples who I believe are truly
> interested in seismology/geophysics/programming/instrumentation.
> I will not be up 100% of the time.
> Most likely Randomly between 24:00 and 12:00 UTC
> when the net is least used here.
> FTP SERVER IP: 173.016.082.025 ( NOT STATIC can change periodically by the ISP )
> FTP UID: PSN
> FTP PASS: PSN123
> FTP PORTS: 1024 to 65535 are open with passive ftp enabled.
> FTP CHANNEL: 20/21 I think are standard for FTP
> It is for download only and not intended
> to let people do P2P ( peer to peer ) stuff.
> Don't laugh too hard since this how I have chosen to waste my life.
> You guys are much more serious armatures than myself.
> Be happy if you get better than 60KB/SEC downloads
> because EUROPE was getting like 1K or less for reasons
> not fully understood.
> The limits are not my machine since everything
> on the B drive is ramdisk ( very fast ).
> The connection is A Gbit modem.
> The limits has to be ISP or Backbone related.
> Its all just to show you what I do here at GVA the best I can.
> Not sure what official armature group [GVA] is a part of
> to put into the PSN4 file header, possibly
> someone can tell me in a personal email.
> I will change the header from "123456" to reflect this.
> A USGS expert person named Bruce Presgrave assigned me this designation.
> But all I know is [GVA] and not any parent organization.
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