Your UWBC deliverable data can be downloaded at the UWBC Facility Files download page. Log in using your UW NetID (for UW-Madison users) or email address and password (for external users).
For security reasons, we only allow SFTP transfers from UW-Madison networks. Remote users must use the web portal or connect to the campus network using the DoIT VPN service. Contact the DoIT help desk or your local IT support if you need help with the VPN service.
If you need more assistance see this page: Guide to setting up WinSCP (Windows File Transfer)
CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 16 include newer versions of the command line SFTP client that support autocomplete and recursive downloads (the SFTP client is part of openssh). There are also GUI clients available for Gnome, KDE, etc.
Please follow these instructions to download data from the UWBC Globus Connect servers. Globus Connect is a very fast, convenient method to transfer large amounts of data. Many educational institution users can log in using their home institution credentials. Globus also allows logins using Google or ORCiD accounts. UW-Madison users can log in with their NetIDs.
Regardless of the data transfer method, you need a certain level of network connectivity on your end. If the data to be transferred is over one TB we HIGHLY recommend you download it from a computer with a gigabit connection or faster. Work with your network support staff to get that if possible. A TB of data over a 100 Mb connection will take roughly 30 hours to download. Gigabit will reduce that by a factor of 10.
Please follow the steps below. UW-Madison users can skip to step 6.
Choose use your existing organizational login and select your home institution. To find the UWBC endpoint that contains your files: