thats good to know. also, wondering how sharing gets distributed: if I have 3 machines, 1 NAS, 1 desktop and 1 laptop. and the NAS shares a folder to both the desktop and the laptop. Once everything has been synced, does the NAS have to be online in order for that share to remain active? Or can the NAS go offline, and the folder will just sync between the desktop and laptop?
Does btsync automatically choose between syncing over a local network vs syncing over the internet? I have a laptop that, when on my lan, I want it to sync locally only (to conserve bandwidth), but of course it would have to sync over the internet when I'm outside of the house Will the btsync clients automatically switch over to local syncing when it detects that I'm at home and on my own network? I know theres an option to only sync locally, but wondering if this process it automated if you leave both local and public options on Secondly, is there a way for me to check/confirm whether