If you want to increase the default size, you have to assign maxRequestLength in web.config file.
<httpRuntime maxRequestLength="" executionTimeout="360"/>
When you are sending a large data you should also specify the execution timeout as mentioned above. The above case is only valid if you have IIS 6 or lower, if you have IIS 7 or higher in addition to this code you also need to add below code in your web.config file...
<requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="" />
One thing to remember that your maxAllowedContentLength should be 1024 times your maxRequestLength. For example if you are using 1024 as maxRequestLength then you should use 1048576.
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