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  1. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 5.2 - Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.02b - DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - AMD E350M1-M Pro - Additional comments: REBOOT REQUIRED
  2. Hello, i now have the same issue. On my Asus E35M1-M Pro i had an Intel NIC on PCIe, all working fine. I just removed it to put a SATA card, hence now using the onboard NIC. And the traffic drop now occurs. It blocks Windows Explorer and Kodi. I need to kill the smbd to get back the control, as the CPU becomes very high. Did you find a way to resolve it? Did you find a more recent driver? Help welcome before i have to put the Intel NIC back :(
  3. Built my own with a SilverStone Precision PS07 case and an Asus E35M1-M pro (5 SATA / miniITX / AMD). The case allows for more than 5 drives. It is very quiet, using 35W approx when using it. It will however not be powerful enough i think for transcoding, but this is not my use case. For streaming to my XBMC via CPL plugs a 10GB HD movie it is totally ok.
  4. I built my own too: SilverStone Precision PS07 (76e) Corsair VS350 (4 SATA) (33e) Asus E35M1-M pro (5 SATA / miniITX / AMD) (2nd-hand, found 75e) 3 WD Green 4TB 4GB RAM DDR3 (30e) The ASUS Motherboard is passive, so it is a very quiet case. Nominal total power: 35W However, i knew that i would not be powerful. So, totally ok for storage, or torrent download, but i do not use it for video converting. But i have a powerful desktop PC to do that before storing. I am able to read from my mediacenter via CPL the Gravity BlueRay (1920x800) 10GB file without issue. I guess i can con
  5. Well, it worked ! The new additional NIC on PCIe port was automatically considered as eth0, and the embedded one changed to eth1. As i switched the cable from the embedded to the Intel PCI card, the Syno assistant detected 2 NAS: "diskstation" with status offline on the embedded port (not connected to network) and the "NAS" hostname on the intel port. The intel nic was attributed the synology mac address that was previously on the embedded port, and thus it automatically got the same IP address from my router. All fine with no effort! I immediately tested copying 10GB of data from
  6. Just purchased that for 7euros: http://www.amazon.com/D33745-1000-PT-Se ... B00CWEOS0K Will try to test this week-end, and then let you know.
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  8. I also used this tutorial. But he is wrong in asking to use 00113208D62A. You must use the MAC address that Synology Assistant displays when it discovers you NAS for installation. Found the solution within the comments at the end of this page: http://www.sky-future.net/2013/05/tuto- ... irtualbox/ Sorry, it is in French. But change MAC addr and you will see.
  9. J'ai monté mon NAS sur Asus E35M1-M Pro (proc E350). La conso CPU est très faible pour le stockage usuel et sauvegarde. En revanche, CPU plafonne a plafonné pdt des heures à 100% pour indexer ttes les photos (environ 80.000). Je serais tenté de dire qu'il n'y aura pas de pb pour votre usage.
  10. i has the same issue. solved it by using the MAC address displayed by SynoAssissant, and not the MAC address indicated within tutorial.
  11. I did try toggling: smb2, jumbo, tried via ftp, even removed the switch with direct NAS/WindowsPC connection and no change. Now i look for adding a new NIC.
  12. Photos are backed-up, but they represent only dozens of GB. 90% of my 7TB is not backed-up (movies, shows, documentaries...). This is why i always tried my tests on a VM first to reset/wipe-up the DSM install without losing data. If i lose my media, my wife will kill me The more i think about it, the more i am going to try to purchase a discrete/separate NIC card. Bolle's feedback above is striking.
  13. Exactly. This is how i discovered the issue initially: XBMC stopping playing a 1.2GB MKV movie. When looking at why i understood the issue. I think i might purchase on amazon a separate NIC card, and if it does not solve then to return it. If solving, then keeping it. I start to believe it comes from the NIC in the motherboard, so i have no other clue. And now that all my 7TB collection of movies/shows/photos is in the NAS, and that i can not recover them due to this issue, i am stuck with it.
  14. Found this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/46942/ho ... m-dropping Really looks like my problem, and i have Realtek 8111 NIC. Now, checking release note of DSM 4.3 by Trantor, i see latest Realtek RT8111/8168 drivers have been integrated. So i will not get solution from there. Argh...
  15. I just tried to go further in DSM4.3 wipe out. I removed "rm -rf @*" files within the /volume1, additional to other directories above. I then re-installed DSM4.2 (so downgraded). I did not lose the /volume1 data. I will thus try that later on with my real NAS. Will see if it solves the issue. I fear it won't... (pessimistic). I think i am going to google on "regular" linux forum to see if it happened for somebody else. I start to think this is not synology related.