My question is a lot like this one except that the linked question is for Linux (NETCAT, SSH, etc) and I'm trying to do this via Windows.
I am on my home computer. I have two simultaneous VPN connections. I need to some how shuttle a 5+ GB archives (7z files) from one network to another, and would like the transfer to be restartable (paused and resumed).
What's the easiest way to do this? I don't mind paying for some web-service (both VPN'd machines have firewalled access to internet on port 80). I have had sucess with SkyDrive and GoogleDrive, on smaller files, but not above 5 GB.
I guess I can use 7zip and chunk the files at 700 megs each, and send them that way... Is there something better I could do?
I cannot use rsync or FTP because the two computers I want to transfer on are on separate private IP non-routable subnets and can not see each other. Neither one is "on the internet" (neither one has a public IP) but is behind NAT, and can connect out to the internet.