05-04-2011 07:18 AM
Bummer about that. I hoped it wasn't set up that way or the DLink was the issue. I need to get a non DLink brand switch to test the theory to see if my DLink router is the culprit or not. Odd that some people are getting great speeds but others are getting bad speeds. I'm not to thrilled about doing backups to the NAS or streaming HD would not work either from this unit at the current speeds.
06-28-2011 05:02 PM - edited 06-28-2011 05:03 PM
74MB not Mb? That's faster than I've heard or read about anywhere for this NAS. Even the Netgear one with a dual core Atom with 1G of DDR3 are in that neighborhood.
06-30-2011 02:29 PM
Via FTP I have the same results as Ivan the Evil, about 80MByte/s in average read, 20 MByte/s write.
Connecting with SMB (i.e. Windows Explorer) ist slow, about 20 MByte/s read, 20 MByte/s write.
07-06-2011 04:54 PM - edited 07-06-2011 05:03 PM
If you are referring to the disk in your PC it will always be faster than having to go ethernet or USB.
So, if I'm using Acronis to do my backups maybe I could use the FTP option in Acronis to backup to the NAS 220 to see if that increases the speed. Even at 20MB is enough of an increase to really reduce the time it takes to do larger backups.
By the way. What size of files are you transferring. If they are small it amps up and may look like high speeds. But after a bit it slows down to an average speed.
07-06-2011 10:45 PM
I have 70 MB downstream this is only possible if my pc hard drive writes at that speed and my ethernet hard drive sends at that speed. So why is there a bottleneck the other way? It is always the same file, an image file.