Gigabyte GA-H97N-WIFI (rev. 1.0)


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Hi, please support drivers Wifi and Bluetooth on motheboard?

 

Goto settings DSM synology wifi and error insert usb adapter and wifi. My motherboard it support hardware wifi. It will support on DS version drivers gigabyte?

 

Motheboard Gigabyte GA-H97N-WIFI (rev. 1.0)

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/produc ... id=4992#sp

 

Thanks and sorry bad english

 

EDIT: DS203air almost same wifi model antenna 2T2R 2,4 Ghz only. My motherboard antenna has same 2T2R 2,4 and 5Ghz

It is possible support drivers DS203air export to xpenology DS3612xs?

Is it possible or not?

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I'm also interested in this board. Anyone has any experience with it running Xpenology? It's between this one or the Asus H97I-PLUS.

I'm finding the dual ethernet appealing on the Gigabyte.

 

I'm using this board in my build and I still cannot find a way to make the build in Wifi to work.

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I think you have to compile right modules for your hardware, one suggestion could be: boot one live linux on board and check if WIFI are correctly recognized,check modules loaded sign and try to compile same modules on synology kernel

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Any news on supporting Wifi module for this board in Xpenology ?

 

No and it wont be officially. It was not supported in 5.2 so I see no reason for it to be supported in 6.0.

 

However, I might get my hands dirty one of these days and have a try in compiling the necessary module. No promises though.

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Anybody used this board and bond those two nic cards Intel and Atheros on DSM 6.0? Wish they're both Intel Nics.

On the fence to pull the trigger.

Thanks.

 

You need a compatible network switch. I am using TP-Link TL-SG2216 and you can see how I did it at http://jarvis.pimpmyrig.com/how-to-enab ... 16-switch/

 

If using IEEE 802.3ad Dynamic Link Aggregation or Balance XOR you are right, you need a compatible switch. I use a Cisco 200-08

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However if are you using Adaptive Load Balancing or Active/Standy then a standard routeur will be enough. Obviously in this scenario there is no speed aggregation but as the options suggests either a load balancing aggregation or a basic active/standby aggregation.

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Anybody used this board and bond those two nic cards Intel and Atheros on DSM 6.0? Wish they're both Intel Nics.

On the fence to pull the trigger.

Thanks.

 

You need a compatible network switch. I am using TP-Link TL-SG2216 and you can see how I did it at http://jarvis.pimpmyrig.com/how-to-enab ... 16-switch/

 

If using IEEE 802.3ad Dynamic Link Aggregation or Balance XOR you are right, you need a compatible switch. I use a Cisco 200-08

5hXsHma.jpg

 

However if are you using Adaptive Load Balancing or Active/Standy then a standard routeur will be enough. Obviously in this scenario there is no speed aggregation but as the options suggests either a load balancing aggregation or a basic active/standby aggregation.

 

Thank you, guys for the replies.

I'm using Netgear Prosafe 24G L2 GSM7224 V2H1 Managed Switch, is that ok to bond? Can't wait to grab it.

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Thank you, guys for the replies.

I'm using Netgear Prosafe 24G L2 GSM7224 V2H1 Managed Switch, is that ok to bond? Can't wait to grab it.

It seems your switch is able to aggregate links >>> http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/ ... 8feb10.pdf Look at the Layer 2 Services, there you will see IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation (LACP) as one of the service.

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