GreatSirius

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  1. Thank you again for taking the time to reply, I am pleased to say that at the moment this issue seems to have resolved itself after updating the clients to 1.3.109. I will keep an eye on things and post again if this continues but fingers crossed it seems to be okay at the moment. Thank you for your help.
  2. Thanks for the reply. Sure thing, A very basic overview of my network would be as follows: Modem > pfSense Box > 2X Unmanaged Gigabit Switches > Cat5e ports > Wired devices > Wireless AP > Wireless clients All machines have a firewall enabled but a rule to allow all traffic in if it comes from my local network (192.168.X.X/24). The pfSense box has the same rule to pass all local traffic on the LAN interface. Everything is blocked on the WAN by default unless it matches a rule
  3. Thanks for your reply. Glad to see I'm not the only one with this issue, Hopefully more people also have the same issue and will reply to this post so we can start investigating why this is happening.
  4. Hello everyone, This may be posted in the wrong section and if so please accept my apologies as this is my first time on the forums. I don't know if I am doing something wrong but after a while my devices seem to loose connection to each other and the only way to make them see each other again is to close and re-open the sync app on one of the devices. This happens weather I am using the Linux or the Windows versions of sync and usually after the device has been in suspend for a long period of time. For those wondering both devices are on a wired cat5e network that all go through two 8 por