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    [Answered] Possible to transfer files to PS3 using FTP at 1Gbps?

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    Hey all ... Well I was wondering if its possible to transfer stuff to the PS3's Internal HDD using blackb0x's FTP Server, at a speed of 1 Gbps when using a CAT6 ethernet cable to link the PS3 with the computer ..

    I heard the PS3's hard drive may be slow at writing data locally when its coming in at 1Gbps .. I tried transferring some test files today (big enough to give me a smooth transfer average speed) but the max speed I got was like 800 kb/s .. although right now I'm using a wireless network .. If somebody can confirm to me that a 1 Gbps transfer it possible then I can get a CAT6 cable .. Thanks in advance guys !
    Best Answer - Posted by wazer:

    I'm in 1gb network straight, with cat6 cables, i'm up running at 50-70mb second to the ps3 drive. Its sure alot faster than 9-12mb on 100/100 network.

    using bloatblackb0x 1.1

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    Get off the wireless network, my gigabit router averages 20-30mb/s you will get the same speeds using crossover if your pc settings are set to either auto negotiate or manually set to gigabit.

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    You can improve FTP upload speed. But you must think about HDD writing/read speed limitation.

    You can got 250-500 megabit speed, as well. But HDD can't write files faster. Think twice before you buy something

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    It's not hardware related. His issue is the fact that its over Wifi, if he plugs into his router gbit or not, he will obtain at least 9mb/s from a 100mbit router and 20-30mb/s from a gigabit router. These are all speeds from a stock HDD, my 7200RPM tends to run 5mb/s faster when transferring than my stock hdd did.

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    I guess I'll elaborate on my goal a little more, just to clear any confusion..

    Right now, my PS3 and PC connect through a wireless network, and I'm getting a transfer speed (as seen in my FTP program) of about 700~800 KB/s

    My question is: If I connect my PS3 and PC together *directly* (not through any router/modem) via a CAT6 crossover cable, and then try to do the same transfer, what actual transfer speeds can I expect .. ?

    My PS3's HDD is a brand new 5400 RPM OEM drive which I just installed ..

    Also, a similar question: When I connect my PS3 and PC together directly via this CAT6 crossover cable, will the connection be registered as 1 Gbps by default (using the 'Auto Negotiate' setting), or would have to manually set the speed in my Ethernet card's settings to connect at 1Gbps ? ... My understanding is that my Ethernet card does support 1 Gbps ..

    Hope is makes my question clear (no pun intended)
    Last edited by AhmadkaX2; 10-05-2010 at 03:07 AM

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    You will need to set the DHCP Settings on both nics manually but yes, you will receive gbit speeds. However, it is a pain sometimes for beginners to setup a crossover connection if you have access to a router, it may be worth your time to connect it instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireSokar View Post
    You will need to set the DHCP Settings on both nics manually but yes, you will receive gbit speeds. However, it is a pain sometimes for beginners to setup a crossover connection if you have access to a router, it may be worth your time to connect it instead.
    Dont worry about the latter .. I've dealt with crossover connections many times before ... I actually just needed confirmation if higher speeds were possible through a CAT6 connection, which I think is true ..

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    I'm in 1gb network straight, with cat6 cables, i'm up running at 50-70mb second to the ps3 drive. Its sure alot faster than 9-12mb on 100/100 network.

    using bloatblackb0x 1.1

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    surely you need a gigabit ethernet nic in the ps3? i always thought ps3 nic was just 10/100

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    the ps3 does have gbit ethernet
    i get avg 50-70MB/S on a 7200rpm int hdd, it can vary alot tho

 
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