Transferring large files - Filesender
• FileSender users must be associated with an institution whose internet service provider is UNINETT, i.e. institutions connected to the national research and education network (NREN)
• The institutions must be a Feide host organization (list of Feide host organizations)
• Users must use their Feide username and password for FileSender access
With FileSender you can:
• share files of any size using advanced HTML5 functionality commonly available in the browsers FireFox, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer. The configured maximum is 250 GB, contact us if that needs to be increased to fulfill your needs.
- share files of up to 2 GB using older web browsers and Flash: if they let you use YouTube you can use FileSender
• send a file to up to 100 recipients at the same time
• keep files available for download for up to 60 days
How to send a file:
1.Go to filesender.uninett.no
2.Log in with Feide
3.Enter the e-mail address(es) of the file recipient(s) (a Feide account for the recipient is not required)
4.Enter a subject and a message for the recipients (optional)
5.Select an expiration date (optional, max. 60 days, set to 20 days by default)
6.Upload the file you wish to send
7.Check to indicate that you accept the terms and conditions for using the service
The system will save the file and send a message to the recipient with a link to the file (and a copy of the message to you). The recipient will click on the link to download the file. You will receive a notification when the recipient has downloaded the file.
This service requires Feide.
This service requires that the organization has Internet access via UNINETT.
Until now there was no additional cost for the service, it was covered by the UNINETT service fee for all UNINETT members. During 2016 this will be changed to an explicit cost-recovery model where each individual subscribing institution will be invoiced for using the service.
UNINETT members can order FileSender via the order form for eCampus services
The service is produced by UNINETT. Th local IT department at The University of Oslo (USiT) is responsible for the technical service delivery. Data is stored in USIT's data centres.