Andy+

Members
  • Content Count

    63
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Andy+

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Recent Profile Visitors

693 profile views
  1. I do that at every suitable opportunity, e.g. in any forums, e.g. https://www.synology-forum.de since it is my belief that Resilio is a class of software. By comparison, Syncthing had a lot of trouble just as well until recently. Meanwhile I see there only small differences in the operation and handling. But from the process security these are now equivalent. I think the main problem here is more in support than the feeling that you are in good hands. The software may have quirks, the user usually pull in their rectification without further notice, if you have the feeling that a care takes place. There are enough other examples besides Syncthing, such as ownCloud and the very popular nextCloud in community circles. These too are not perfect, but have the community and their fans who support as well.
  2. Alex, you are a employee of Resilio. What is going on with Resilio connect and to have some experience of it to Resilio Sync? What happen with v2.6.x or v2.7?
  3. It seems there is a mass reset of the permissions needed. I doe such also from time to time.
  4. I do not know what kind of marketing Resilio has, but that would be the wrong way. Resilio is one of the best, which is beyond any doubt for me. But something like that is reflected in a forum. If that is not the case and bugs are included and perhaps even repeated, that's the real thing that takes users away from software. Retaining support is counterproductive, no matter how good or bad software is. If support actively cares about its users, they feel that everything around the software seems important. Then they are even more willing to participate in grosser mistakes.
  5. It just seems like there is nearly nothing moving in the forum on requests and the software has not been updated for some time. This is unusual for Resilio. And if you visit other forums, therefore the impression given here is very understandable. Of course it is also understandable that this forum support means an effort. This may be worth more than some jumping off and overflowing. I'm honest, I have licenses from Resilio and because of this "silence" I've already thought of switching to Syncthing at some point, because there are absolutely regular updates made. In the meantime the v1.3.1 is up to date there. This software is a dangerous competitor for Resilio. In my environment I deal daily with several TB of data in about 50 main folders and manage so far with Resilio without significant problems. In tests with a part of it became clear that Syncthing in the process security hardly more inferior. That was not quite the case with versions 0.xx. Resilio I think is still better, because the handling is better. Syncthing, however, is a little more complicated. In operation, Resilio is simply rounder and more responsive. Well, evaluate it as a small report, not as a criticism, but others may feel the same when apparently nothing moves.
  6. I think that is complaining at a high level. Occasionally I have various problems on Android and Syncthing has become better for me in terms of operational safety. But the Synology and Windows installations basically work very well. On average, in any case, still slightly better compared to Syncthing. However, I have to say that the current Syncthing version, now v1.3.0, actually hardly worse runs, rather just something different good. Because of various connection problems in ristriktiven environments I have mixed installations in use, where then both runs, Resilio and Syncthing. With the appropriate ignore filter, both tools also access the same directories. This works and both tools show the same status to a directory. I'm basically very happy with Resilio, but now also with Syncthing.
  7. Is that true, the v2.7.0 is coming soon?
  8. Following situation. I am an independent engineer and therefore go for longer periods in companies to handle assignments there. I have different locations and therefore I am always in other companies. As you have already said correctly, the networks are usually restrictive and allow only certain protocols and thus often enough only http:// (port 80) and https:// (port 443), only a few is more open and even UPnP ports can be opened and Resilio will run as well. But that's more the exception. For that is not possible for me to influence the router configuration in the "external" locations. That's why I've been using ownCloud and nextCloud in these environments for years, because the alignment of this software fits exactly in that scheme and works great. Unfortunately, the software is server based and not P2P. P2P is a big advantage. Example. I take a picture and have to put it into a presentation. With P2P I get the photo almost immediately on my computer, with server-based software and with the indexing technology of ownCloud and nextCloud this takes some time. Sometimes, therefore, and because of the P2P technology, I usually take Resilio, where that is possible. In the home network, I have it everywhere, where necessary. Because of this port history now, I have to still dodge. Syncthing could not always control the relays so that in case of doubt the port 443 is used. I tried that again and again and since some month that worked and since then I use Syncthing in parallel with Resilio and no longer ownCloud and nextCloud. This works because I have set special ignore lists. This is not a big issue with batch files and works fine, but sometimes I have stress with that because sometimes file structures change for the software operation and then I have to adjust all files in batch mode. All of that is not the ideal solution, even if it works well in the end.
  9. Port 443 and 80 I can not store. It seems Resilio want a value with 5 digits XXXXX because after Restart any Port is in the field like XXXXX.
  10. Resilio have no portable installation mode. But is possible to install it on each restricted computer. Finally you have to test it, because the result is depending on the rights.
  11. I have about 50 directories and about 2 terabytes in motion. I have none of that. I have problems with freezing on the Android system on all my smartphones, where I sync some directories.
  12. Dear Timbo, you do not understand what he means. If various folders are set up on the server and I use Sync Pro and licenses on all devices and the devices are connect among themselves, and see on all devices my folders from the server and I can connect folders manually. These folders will be linked by default and automatically to the default folder on all configured and licensed systems. He is right because it is so. When I set up a device, I have to remember to set resilio on the device so it does not automatically sync the directories after connecting a folder. Then this automatic does not take place.
  13. I do not understand your attitude. For this I need a VPN software that does not interfere with the system, especially if I also use computers of such a company. What VPN software can do what you mean? Otherwise, I find your attitude a bit strange, to say that I can not use such a software anyway. You basically speak against yourself. In all the companies I can not change anything, not even the firewalls. But - I'm allowed to use: http: // (port 80) and https: // (port 443). So I'm allowed to use the software that works on it. Because my favorite Resilio is not working, I dodge to Syncthing, ownCloud, and nextCloud. Syncthing I take because it basically works more or less as well as Resilio. So, you're talking against you, because that's why I turn to your competition products, whether I like it or not. And you think I'm alone with that? Then I like to leave you alone. I do not like doing such detours, because it involves some administrative work, because the directories overlap with Syncthing and Resilio, which I use in such companies. Everything works, so no problem. It would be nice if Resilio also had Relayserver, which can dominate the port 443 A list of valid Relays.
  14. Pretty quiet around here...too quiet (copied note of luckman212, because people notice, that the forum is not very dynamic).