If you have a computer with a broadband Internet connection, you could set up your own FTP server. Your Internet connection would require a "static IP address", which means that if you loose your Internet connection and you must reconnect, the IP address would stay the same. You would need to load some type of FTP server software such as Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS), BulletProof FTP Server, WS_FTP Server, etc. Configuring an FTP server can be quite advanced and may require a thorough understanding of FTP protocol.
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