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Respected Lis Professionals,

We have NPTEL Videos in external hard drive with approximately 6TB of videos. We planned to share offline using Intranet. Can any one suggest me how to share NPTEL VIDEOS through Intranet using open source software?

Thanks and Regards,

Prasanth Kumar 

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I find Topmost Universities and Institutions Given NPTEL Cource Videos Youtube Links on their library website. But think about while internet interrupts and low-speed data transfer problems in BSNL the God of Indian Institutions Telecommunications Company Even if your institution has NKN Connection with 1GBps Speed also you face this problem Right the solution here...

We suggest using specific courses store and share in your library internal server. This awesome idea Right. 

We are implementing this project in our institution with the help of LinuxDC++ Open source software.  

DC++ is a free and open-source, peer-to-peer file-sharing client that can be used for connecting to the Direct Connect network or to the ADC protocol. DC++. Almost everything is available in it starting from books pdfs to movies, games, software, etc,

It's a LAN(Local Area Network) based sharing basically you upload stuff and anyone who has the software can download content with incredible speed... 

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