Inter-Planetary File Intention (IPFS) is a seek for-to-seek for distributed file machine that has acquired a wide interest currently. The IPFS network is public and its voice material is also accessed by any user in the Web. IPFS would possibly perchance also be primitive as a file sharing machine in an isolated deepest network. Then once more, it has critical writing and reading performance drawbacks. The purpose of this gaze is to bear in mind the performance of IPFS writing and reading operations in deepest networks and to observe what components acquire an impact on it. In our performance overview advance, the File Switch Protocol (FTP) is chosen because the baseline measurement, a digital network of three nodes (machines) is established, and nine random files with varied sizes are transmitted amongst the network members, the usage of both IPFS and FTP, whereas the latency and CPU time, as performance metrics, are recorded and analyzed. The diagnosis shows that IPFS writing and reading performance is worthy worser than FTP, the reading operations latency is getting worser because the file dimension increases, IPFS writing and reading performance bottleneck is in the native I/O disk operations, which elevate because the preference of the file files blocks increases (i.e. the file dimension increases), and the reading performance of IPFS degrades because the records turn into more neatly-liked in the network. The performance overview illustrates that the usage of IPFS in deepest networks is no longer as correct because the usage of the customer-server selections, and IPFS needs more improvements to compete with the current client-server file sharing technologies.