I have a file uploader that is supposed to be used to upload video files to my company's website.
At the office, uploads consistently stall out(get stuck at a percentage and never move again, even if I let it sit for hours), or flat out fail.
When I attempt to upload a file from my home Internet connection, I have no issues. This makes me think there is something in our office's network configuration that is contributing to the problem.
I am certain we have enough bandwidth. We have a 20/20 fiber connection at the office. Whereas at home, I only have a 3/3 WISP connection.
Where can I begin looking to troubleshoot the problem? Should I start with the router/firewall? If so, I am not sure which settings I would want to look into.
I noticed that the request headers for the file upload contain the following lines, however, I have no idea how exactly these could be affecting the upload, if at all:
Connection: keep-alive Content-Length: 155155400 Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=----------GI3cH2Ef1ae0cH2ae0Ij5gL6ae0GI3 Accept: */* Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate,sdch
Any help at all is greatly appreciated.