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Quote from: "SiY11"
Hmmm I always thought there were 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte well I guess I was wrong thanks for the correction.
That's megabit not megabyte

I see what you are saying. I converted bits to bytes so my 1024 still stands true

Nope I was right there are exactly 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte

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1,024 Byte = 1 Kilobyte (KB)
1,024 Kilobyte (KB) = 1 Megabyte (MB)
1,073,741,824 Bytes = 1 Gigabyte (GB)
1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1,024 Megabyte (MB)

You can check on a calculator using this table.

Hmmm I always thought there were 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte well I guess I was wrong thanks for the correction.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Works With Port But Not Without
« on: December 22, 2005, 03:50:03 AM »
According to a couple people it works if you want to access your site from within your LAN you have to type http://HTTP://localhost:PortNumber <--that’s for if your on the computer that has the server on it and want to access the site. I you on another computer, iPOD, PSP, PDA in your LAN you have to type the IP your router assigned to the server computer for example mine is And for people or you when you some ware ells in the world you would use IP I hope you understand what I am trying to tell you.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Self Test fails
« on: December 22, 2005, 03:40:11 AM »
Did you forward port 8080 on TCP as well as UDP? Remember the UDP!

Because your friend is probably on a 3mbps connection that’s 3megabits a sec and to get that to kilobytes you would use this formula now because there is 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte we do 1024 * 3 = 3072 now kilobits are different from kilobytes so we take 3072 / 8 because there is 8bits in a byte and you get 345kilobytes a sec download now for his up load its probably 256kbps so we will do 256 / 8 because we want to convert kilobits to kilobytes so it will = 32 now assuming you have the same connection as your friend you will upload to him at a max of 32kilobytes. On the LAN side with most wireless routers you will get 54mbps that 'megabits per sec' not 'megabytes per sec' so in order to find the speed of 54megsbits to convert to kilobytes we will do this 1024 * 54 = 55296 / 8 = 6912 so your wireless router can reach speeds of 6912kilobytes a sec to see how that is in megabytes we do 6912 / 1024 = 6.75megabytes a sec I hope you were able to understand this it can get confusing sometimes.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Look Rejetto
« on: December 21, 2005, 07:07:37 PM »
Isn’t that just a sexy machine! Sometimes I look at my PSP and I think to myself wow what a pretty thing hehe.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Look Rejetto
« on: December 21, 2005, 06:35:09 PM »
Its Rejetto om my PSP weeeeeee

HEHE :lol:   :D

Go to 'Menu-Ip address-Find external address' like in the pick here

Then it will show here and you give your friends this address that you get here with the port included.

yah you have to give him your external ip now I will post a screenshot on owt to obtain that.

router & port problems / Re: My friend still can't view it :-((
« on: December 21, 2005, 06:20:01 PM »
Quote from: "digested_cat89"

I tried to set my Virtual Servers to 8080 like you said: Servers.bmp

And my HFS port to 8080.

How do I fix it?  :cry2:

I thought you had a linksys router thats a Belkin router Utility

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / PSP and passworded feeds
« on: December 21, 2005, 06:15:36 PM »
First off I tried it doesn’t work and second its not very safe because all someone would have to do is edit the RSS.xml file and see the user: pass in plain English as well as if the went to info on the song for the RSS.xml feed.

Example of RSS.xml file
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<rss version="2.0">
    <description>For internal network use</description>
    <lastBuildDate>Wed, 21 Dec 2005 12:00:01 -0500</lastBuildDate>
    <pubDate>Wed, 21 Dec 2005 11:59:13 -0500</pubDate>
      <title>Creed - Torn.mp3</title>
      <enclosure url="http://XXX:XXXXXXX@" length="" type="Audio/MP3"></enclosure>
      <pubDate>Tue, 20 Dec 2005 18:42:00 -0500</pubDate>

Example of PSP info option:

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / PSP and passworded feeds
« on: December 20, 2005, 08:46:47 PM »
Quote from: "rejetto"
i told the RSS file, not the music
you can keep the RSS file in another folder (likely the upper one)

I don’t understand what you are saying. My RSS file is in a diff folder than my music and the reason I put my music folder on the HFS is so I can have access to it from any ware in the world and I wanted it protected so only I can have access.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / max download limit
« on: December 20, 2005, 01:58:55 PM »
You know most people can only download at 3mbps. That is 1024 * 3 = 3027 / 8 = 384 kilobytes per second. That is why you are only getting a max speed of 350 per person beacuse they are maxing out not you.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / PSP and passworded feeds
« on: December 20, 2005, 04:40:41 AM »
Yah that’s what I do butt I don’t want to do that because the folder to which my song is has to be unprotected as well as the RSS file I really didn’t want to whole world to view and download my music files because I am scared of the record companies I don’t have enough money to go to court for something like that. I don’t want them to say I am pirating there music because I put it on a public server. I don’t want to buy a 2 GB flash drive for my PSP to store music on it when I can stream it.

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