Joe Bethersonton

8th gen i5 + Asrock H370M-ITX/ac works w/ DSM 6.2.1.23824

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The bonding strategies available to DSM (i.e. LACP) use some combination of source/target IP and MAC addresses to choose which of the NICs to use.  It doesn't connect them together simultaneously for twice the bandwidth.  For many clients connecting to a bonded NIC destination, there is an equal chance to select one or the other.  Therefore the traffic theoretically gets distributed across both NICs and (again, theoretically) twice the traffic is possible.

 

For a single PC connected to single NAS, you probably won't ever see an increase in speed.

 

Always worth benchmarking your changes, and make sure you don't get fooled by cached performance.

 

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On 11/25/2018 at 12:19 AM, Joe Bethersonton said:

I never got both NICs working. :-(  I am not entirely sure how to do, but I tried adding a second MAC to the cfg file, but that wasn't enough.

As I don't really need the feature, I haven't tried more than that.

Try with the 1.03a2 DS918+ (don't know where to download though), someone with the same NICs of our motherboard (but with other motherboard H270M-ITX/ac -the previous generation model-) says here that it works. So it should work for us too!! (I am not at home, and I will not be able to try in some days...).

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Hi

I got my H370m-itx Board with a Core i3 8300T and 16GB up and running fine with Loader 1.04b and DS918+.

I.m also not able to get the second NIC up und running.

I tried all 4 driver extension packs, but evertime the same. One NIC is working, the otherone not :(

I add the second MAC and the nic count to 2 in the grub config file. Nothing will help....

 

Alex

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If you want to accelerate copying/moving files via SMB,

You can try SMB multi channel, by editing smb.conf manually.

 

I don't have experience, but some Synology users got doubled or 4 times transfer speed, gathering 2,4 links with this.

 

SMB multi channel working in 6.1 release - Synology Forum

https://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?t=128482

 

SMB 3 Multichannel support on DSM 6.2? : synology

SMB Multichannel: How It Works & Troubleshooting Guide | Level One Techs

https://level1techs.com/video/smb-multichannel-how-it-works-troubleshooting-guide

 

Let us know the result, if you try this  : -)

 

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On 12/4/2018 at 5:42 PM, Lexizilla said:

Hi

I got my H370m-itx Board with a Core i3 8300T and 16GB up and running fine with Loader 1.04b and DS918+.

I.m also not able to get the second NIC up und running.

I tried all 4 driver extension packs, but evertime the same. One NIC is working, the otherone not :(

I add the second MAC and the nic count to 2 in the grub config file. Nothing will help....

 

Alex

It is impossible to get it work, because the driver extensions are not for 1.04b... I don't know why did you use the extensions for other loader... just try with 1.03a2, and see if it works, but not with 1.04b. I said that in my previous post in the same thread... just READ.

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Hello,

 

I was not able to boot a fresh install on my computer 😕

I have a asus H310i plus motherboard

 

Can you tell me what modifications you have done in BIOS ?

 

I succeed to boot and install PAT file, but when the syno reboots, he disapears from the network 😕

 

I think I forget something on the BIOS 😕 

I have put Legacy USB, fast boot OFF, CSM enable with legacy OPROM only, secure boot is disable, XHCI hand oof Enable

 

Thank you very much

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UPDATE :

I get my computer backs on the network, can reinstall all from the pat file, but, after reboot, I loose the network again 😕

 

 

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On 11/9/2018 at 5:11 PM, Joe Bethersonton said:

I just wanted to add a brief comment about my build, to let others know that this combination of hardware works.

 

CPU: i5-8400

MB: Asrock H370M-ITX/ac

Memory: 8 GB G.Skill Aegis 2666 mhz

Disk: 2x 6TB Ironwolf + 2x 2TB Samsung/WD.

USB drive: Kingston SE9 8GB

Loader: Jun's 1.03b DS3617xs with DSM 6.2.1.23824 update 1.

 

It's running bare metal.

Everything in the BIOS is default, except that I changed the boot order to legacy USB (not UEFI).

In the DSM, I only have one NIC available, but I haven't tried getting the other one working.

I have tried using all 6 SATA slots, and they all work.

 

No issues at all. I have tried migrating from another NAS as well, and that worked.

Let me know, if you have any questions.

Hey,

 

I’ve a question regarding to your config. I use a MoBo Z390M with a Intel NIC I219V ( is the same like on your mobo ). But I can’t find my NIC over find.synology.com. I’ve used for the installation a USB 3.0 on a USB 3.0 port. But I am not sure if this is the main problem. Have you use a the custom ram disk for the installation? 

 

Best regards

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3 hours ago, sakko said:

Hey,

 

I’ve a question regarding to your config. I use a MoBo Z390M with a Intel NIC I219V ( is the same like on your mobo ). But I can’t find my NIC over find.synology.com. I’ve used for the installation a USB 3.0 on a USB 3.0 port. But I am not sure if this is the main problem. Have you use a the custom ram disk for the installation? 

 

Best regards

I am using a USB2.0 stick, which is plugged in to a USB3.0 port.
I haven't done anything special, except changing the S/N, VID/PID in the cfg.

 

I had problems with one of my USB sticks, so you could try another USB stick, and see if that helps..

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