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Synchronization between two NAS disk

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When I discovered this program I made a plan how to backup my files. :)

My wish was to synch my folders and files on my PC into local NAS disk and also to remote NAS disk, but the thing doesn't work in a way that I want. :huh:

The synchronization between my PC and remote NAS don't start, neither between two NAS.

Only if I disconnect or switch off the local NAS the synchronization with remote NAS begin.

I hoped that, with new version, something will change, but nothing happen.

What is the reason of this behaviour. It is any hope that this will work in properly way? :(

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You should start debug-logging and have a look at the log file.

I would guess you created some loops with LAN discovery, Port mapping and static UDP port allocation and UPNP.

Kind regards,

Stephan.

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I have made an e-mail to syncapp@bittorrent.com with description of my problems and link of the post in forum. But till now nothing happened. Even not received an answer.
I am very sad :'(

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Have you tried the latest version as well? Maybe check on both networks if the NAT/UPnP ports were requested on the routers. Secondly, check if torrent/P2P traffic works on your end and from the remote site - some Linux ISO will do. HTH If not, you will have to look at the sync.log (if you can) on your NAS.

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