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  1. I will try to do some findings. Thanks.
  2. Oh dear, how lucky I am hahaha... How can I know the chipset the dongle has? This is the one I bought: And how can I know if 6.2 is compatible with this particular chipset. I see myself coming back to DSM 5.2 for
  3. Hi, I switched from DSM 5.2 to DSM 6.2.3 and now it does not detect the USB LAN connection. With DSM5.2 it was working, I just plugged the USB LAN dongle, restarted and worked. But now with the DSM 6.2.3 I have repeated the same steps and it does not recognize any new LAN connection. Any idea?
  4. Hi, I have a LAN port connected to the router and additionally I have a USB LAN dongle connected to the router with another CAT6 cable. If I test the speed on the LAN port, it works at roughly 1Gbps and that is perfect. If I test the USB LAN dongle it works at 300Mpbs, since my USB port is quite old. I have tried to create a Bond (Adaptative Load Balancing), but looking at the speeds when I download a file, the NAS clearly do not use the two ports in parallel, since the download speed stays for some time at roughly 1Gbps and then it goes down to 300Mb for a while an
  5. Hi @musclemperor, I just tried what you did and to use USB as a LAN worked for me. Unfortunately, my USB port is quite old and it performs at 290Mb/s only. What I am wondering now is if I could use a LinkAggregation with the USB and the actual LAN in order to have 290Mb/s + 1000Mb/s... I will try to find out how to do and I will come back.
  6. Hi @musclemperor What did you do in order to be able to use the USB as LAN? Just to plug the USB dongle and that's it? My USB connector is very old (most probably 2.0) so I don't think I will get anyway good speed by doing that. I will give it a try anyway. Regards,
  7. Hi, After having tried resetting the NAS from fabric and have the same result, I have given up and installed back XPEnology 5.2 and now I can stream 4K content perfectly. Regards,
  8. Hi, I have activated the firewall and open all those port, but I have no luck, still the same problem... the NAS does not send data to the TV.
  9. Hi Pmchan, My firewall is off, but I will try to active it and open those ports to see if that works. Regards,
  10. Hi Dfds, Same result with DS Video... I don't know if I should open specific port, grant permission to any folder or do anything, but this looks so weird.
  11. Thanks IG-88! I have tried with an iPad and an Iphone and same result, the NAS almost does not stream any data to the remote devices. I have even tried with a small file (720p) and the same result. It is so weird, because when I copy files with other computers and laptop I have at home it works at 113MB (maxing out 1Gbps LAN). I think that through DLNA you don't need to create nor use any account, but I don't know what else could I try...
  12. Hi All, Some progress from my side… I was still unable to watch content using "Media Server" package. Therefore I decided to go in a different way by uninstalling "Media Server" package and installing manually Twonky server on the NAS… As Synology is just another Linux distribution, I have managed to install Twonky server through SSH on the NAS and I created a "Schedule task" in order to launch the Twonky Server each time I boot the NAS. All went perfectly fine. Unfortunately now, although I see the new media server in my TV (the Twonky server), when I play content, I am
  13. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23739 - Loader version and model: Jun’s Loader v1.03b DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: Custom PC Gigabyte EP43-DS3L, Intel Core 2 Duo CPU @ 2666Mhz, 4GB RAM - Additional comments: Having to come back to DSM 5.2 version due to the fact that Media Server software does not work properly and I cannot watch 4K content on my Smart TV.