How to connect 2 PCs over the Internet

hi, in this video i show you how to transfer files between two computers over the internet I'm glad you guys helped me 471 000 subscribers, can you help me dream of 500 000 subscriptions Here I have a desktop and a laptop I will transfer files from laptop to desktop Before transferring files over the internet, I will show you how to transfer files over the local network Then I will continue to show you how to transfer files over the internet between two computers With the desktop you install Open SSH server You enter openssh in the search box You install OpenSSH server for desktop It will take a while for the installation to complete By default, the OpenSSH server will stop on Windows so start it up You enter services in the windows search box Next you find the openssh-server service You use the O key to quickly find the OpenSSH server service By default openssh is stopped, if you want to start you set automatic and start the service If you see the openssh server is running, it means you have succeeded Next you configure to allow OpenSSH to pass through the firewall for Windows Settings privacy and security Windows security Firewall and network protection Advanced settings Inbound rules Now you create a new rule for Windows PC to allow openssh through New rule port Or simply put, you allow port 22 to go through your computer's firewall Set the port to 22, the port of the OpenSSH server You name it so that it's easy to remember if you want to find it later To be able to transfer files to the desktop, you need this computer's username and password So if your computer doesn't have a password yet, create one As in my case, the computer does not have a password so I create a new one You write down your username and password to transfer files in the next steps Here my username is netvn, the password I keep secret I recommend that you set up a static ip address for your computer Static ip address helps you identify the computer you want to transfer files to Depending on the range of ip addresses you use, set the ip address accordingly In this video I set the static ip address as 10.11.32.212 To make sure the settings are applied you restart the desktop So I installed the OpenSSH server, opened the port on the firewall, started the OpenSSH server service, created a password for the username and set the static ip address You write down your username, password, ip address to use in the next steps You write down your username, password, ip address to use in the next steps Now I will transfer files from laptop to desktop over local network To transfer files I use the winscp application You just need to enter winscp on Google and download it With a few simple steps you will finish installing winscp software You open winscp after the installation is complete To transfer files to the target computer you need to know the ip address, username and password of that computer As set up in the previous step, the ip address is 10.11.32.212 the username is netvn and the password I would like to keep secret.

So you have connected to the target computer using SSH To transfer files, simply drag and drop files between the two windows The left window is the local computer, the right window is the remote computer With SSH configuration you can access all folders on the target computer so you can choose any folder to save files With SSH configuration you can access all folders on the target computer so you can choose any folder to save files You drag and drop files from left to right to start transferring files With a local network the file transfer speed will be very fast, you will find the file transfer speed will decrease when transferring over the internet environment With a local network the file transfer speed will be very fast, you will find the file transfer speed will decrease when transferring over the internet environment So what do you need to do to transfer files between two computers over the internet environment? In this video I will show you two ways to do it Which of the following two ways do you choose, please leave a comment The first way is port forwarding and dynamic domain configuration on the target computer I will delete this file to make the file transfer over the internet I will use the same file in different cases to easily evaluate the file transfer speed On your router, you configure port 22 forwarding to the target computer Specifically in this case I forward port 22 to ip address 10.11.32.212 Specifically in this case I forward port 22 to ip address 10.11.32.212 This way you are required to set up a static ip address for the target computer If you own a static public address, you do not need to configure the dynamic domain name But when you own the dynamic public ip address, you configure the dynamic domain name The free dynamic domain name service on Windows I use often is Dynu I have prepared the domain name netvn.freeddns.org You download the application to update the public ip address to your computer and install it This app will automatically update your public ip address if it changes After installation you log in your account to automatically update the public ip address As you can see the public address has been updated, every time the public ip address changes, this software will update for you And so you don't need to worry about your dynamic public ip address anymore With the remote computer you still use WinSCP to transfer files The other thing is that instead of using local ip address you use domain name Username and password remain the same After successful connection, you transfer the file just like the previous step I did You drag and drop files from the left window to the right window As you can see, the file transfer speed has decreased compared to when transferring files in the local network As you can see, the file transfer speed has decreased compared to when transferring files in the local network File transfer speed also depends on your internet speed There is another configuration way to transfer files over the internet between two computers without forwarding ports on the router There is another configuration way to transfer files over the internet between two computers without forwarding ports on the router I will delete the file just transferred to use another way I will exit public ip address updater app In fact, you can use both ways and without any errors To transfer files without port forwarding on the router I use ngrok In this video I use the free version of ngrok You create a free account, download ngrok file for Windows PC Next you extract and run the file after it is unzipped To connect to your account just copy and paste the command containing your own token The command is available when you log into your own account With the ssh service you use the command ngrok tcp 22 ngrok can be used for many other services And this is the domain name you will get As you can see, this is quick and simple, but the limitation is that if you want to have your own domain name, you need to use the paid version.

As you can see, this is quick and simple, but the limitation is that if you want to have your own domain name, you need to use the paid version. So what do you need to do to transfer files? With the remote computer you are still using WinSCP to transfer files between the two computers You enter the domain name obtained when you use the command ngrok tcp 22 There is another point instead of using the default port 22 you replace it with the one you got from the previous step In my case it's 11089 Username and password remain unchanged Does the file transfer speed change anything compared to port forwarding on the router? As far as I see the file transfer speed has not changed compared to the previous way Which of these two ways would you choose to transfer your files? You rate its advantages and disadvantages, leave a comment Thanks for watching, don't forget to like and subscribe.

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