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  1. I am seriously shocked, what did you do with the fastest protocol BitTorrent so it performs slower then a regular FTP encrypted transfer.?! I did find a few topics in this forum about the slow transfer speed, but non of the tips does any difference. In two words, my continuous test with 20GB of data on a regular 100mbit Broadband shows steady results of download speed ~12mb/s - FTP vs, ~7mb/s - Resilio All settings are default, using Windows 10 LTSB, Core i5 8GB ram and regular hdd. Note: FTP connection is also encrypted with strongest TLS certificate.
  2. Hi, i wonder if there is a particular reason why LAN sync speed is only 1/10 of the maximum possible speed? Our LAN speed measured via SMB transfer can sustain 110 MB/s, while BTsync (2.1.1) varies between 500kb/s - 6 MB/s. Thast what i have already done: 1) disabled "disk_low_priority" 2) increased send/recv buffers from 10MB to 32MB So is BTsync designed to-be able to achieve at least 50% of a GB LAN ~50Mb/s? We often have to sync large files and only reaching 5-15% of the possible LAN speed is realy bad, even dropbox LAN sync was able to reach 10-15 MB/s. We where assuming that BTSync will "surely" beat Dropbox inside a LAN, but we struggle to understand what the problem is or maybe our initial assumption was simply wrong? Anything else i can try? thx Andy