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    Slow transfer speed on my QNAP TS-239 PRO

    Thank you all for the replies. Yes I was at wifi at the time, but later connected a cable to the switch (a cheap 8 port A-link, gigabit) between the router and and got the same. All connections supposed to be gigabit. Before you mentioned it I did not think of even looking at led if it's 100 or...
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    Slow transfer speed on my QNAP TS-239 PRO

    It's connected with a cat5e cable to a router and wifi to my laptop at the moment. To measure speed I just used scp in linux and looked what it was done. Transferred a few gigabytes in large files. On windows I just used explorer. Yeah it's possible its actually the hardware that restricts it...
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    Slow transfer speed on my QNAP TS-239 PRO

    Realized only one of the dirves was on the official supported list, so I swapped them for 2 supported drives. Now its 6 MB/s both ways, raid 0 setup. Any ideas?
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    Slow transfer speed on my QNAP TS-239 PRO

    Hello everybody. I found an old QNAP TS-239 PRO sitting around so I decided to put into use again. Firmware is updated to latest version. My issue is file transfer speed is very slow when copying from the NAS, around 6,3 MB/s over both SMB on windows 10 and NFS on linux. Odd thing is, copying...
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