Same here. I am VERY disappointed in the DS1812+. I would be fairly happy with 80MB/s. In actual fact I am getting around 10-15MB/s transferring TV shows and movies. ie 300M-700meg files. Truly awful.jeremypai wrote:IPv6 is set to "AUTO" by default in DS1812+
I tried to disable IPv6 then I found no help at all for improving data transfer speed.
When copying large files, the average speed still goes around 80MB/s
I gotta admit that I'm extremely disappointed in those numbers because the over 100MB/s (advertised speeds) was the only reason I bought DS1812+ in the first place.
Ashkaan wrote:Still only getting 100-120 MB/s though :/
kneighbour wrote:Ashkaan wrote:Still only getting 100-120 MB/s though :/
Wow!! only.... I am getting 10-15MB/s. I constantly consider returning the damn thing for a refund. Ah well, will try for a bit longer to see what is wrong.
Ashkaan wrote:Start switching out components until you get my speeds or faster.
Try plugging a laptop straight into the NAS. Then, the both of them into a gigabit switch with nothing else attached to any component. Move up from there until you find the problem.
It took me several hours as the damn DS1812 is so hard to 'find'. Connecting the thing to my main computer directly only took a few minutes. As did doing the speed tests. But when I reconnected it back to the main switch, the thing would not connect. It did the same exact thing when I first installed the machine out of the box. That took several hours as well. Not to install drives, etc. Just to get the thing 'seen' by the system.kneighbour wrote:It took a few hours of my life that I will never get back
I still have not worked this one out. At the moment, both ports are working fine, so I am not touching anything. I have tried trunking, but if anything, that made it slower. I do connect through a HP switch, and as you suggest, it was painless to setup. But speeds were certainly not faster.Ettepet wrote:You can switch from one network port on the DS1812+ to another without problems, but if you connect anything to port 2 then port 1 will mostly disappear and stop working (port 2 stays working fine though). Apparently the only way to use both ports is through link aggregation, so either do that or keep using the same port. I would use a HP switch for link aggregation because they seem the most compatible (search the forum).
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