How to take care of the latency in file(s) transfer from source to destination when both systems are from different domains ???

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How to take care of the latency in file(s) transfer from source to the destination when both systems are from different domains ???
Its taking a lot of time to copy files with the size around 38mb approx.

It's within the company network only...
DNS server is diff

For ex.

a1.xyz.com
b1.xyz.com

The shared path from b1 is mapped to a1. Copying files from a1 to b1

OS is windows.
Oct 6 in Linux Administration by anonymous
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If u copy single files, it takes a lot of time. You have to Zip or Tar or gtar into a single file and then transfer. Then Unzip at the destination.

That should fix the issue.
answered Oct 6 by Kim

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