douglasfry

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  1. Hmm well, Netgear have updated the firmware to 6.9.3 and Resilio has gone back to a relay server again and quoting days for a sync once more :-(
  2. Just an FYI as its something that has been driving me crazy for a few months now. I have three 24TB Netgear 516 boxes, two local and one remote. Previously I used Bittorrent Sync to backup the main server and generally speaking a 30G folder would be synced to the satellite NAS box overnight - fine Upgraded to Resilio, well, for reason unknown, Netgear doesnt allow a straight forward upgrade to ResilioSync I had to start again.. It all works again but the sync was SOOOOO SLOW, it was quoting over 1000years to complete at once stage, the speed was in a few bytes per second. Suddenly too my syncing was via a relay server, it wasnt before. Anyway to cut to the chase the last update by Netgear (there have been a flurry of updates recently) to 6.9.2 all is transformed, with no other changes to my firewalls or network, the sync speed is back up to Megs per second and the sync time remaining is in days - Hurrah No idea what Netgear have done but it certainly stopped me from throwing it all out the window, if you are on Netgear, then if for no other reason, upgrade to get the sync speeds back up
  3. One more issue, I needed to reboot the router and when I logged back into the NAS and checked the status of the Resilio Sync App, I just had the first time use welcome screen, asking me to setup a user log in name and no folders were setup for sync, the files were still there however if I just browsed the shares.
  4. I have a gigabit network with 2 Netgear 24TB 516 boxes, and ResilioSync 2.5.9 installed successfully on both. Box A has 12TB of data, Box B was factory reset and shares etc set up from scratch, I set ResilioSync up and it started syncing at 90MB/s - GREAT Now 3/4 the way through transfer the sync speed has dropped dramatically drifting from 2-3 KB/s to 2MB/s and the remaining sync time varies from 7 more days to 900 years in one instance Nothing has changed apart from my frustration. Box B is due to be moved to another remote location once an initial sync has been completed FWIW Bittorrent sync work fine and fast from the get go on both boxes for years. RSync work well too and syncs to another 516 reliably and fast Any ideas?