May 29th, 2012, 10:06 AM
Do NOT enable jumbo frames unless every device in your network, including switches (most unmanaged switches don't support them) supports jumbo frames. You will create more grief.
May 29th, 2012, 10:43 AM
^^ +1 Re: don't enable Jumbo frames.
Can't access network speed except through command line. I don't think that will help anyways. Just a shot in the dark.
Any other processes running <synoindex, python?> Although those shouldn't cause a problem.
Turn off media server?
Boxee Box 1: 22.214.171.12435, Wired, HDMI, HW Version B1 Boxee Box 2: 126.96.36.19935, Wireless via Asus EA-N66, HDMI, HW Version A2
Network: Wired Ethernet Cat6 (Box1), Wireless (Box2)
Server 1: unRAID (15.5TB) Server 2: Synology DS-210j (1.5TB Raid1) Server 3: Synology DS-411j (4TB Raid1)
Router: Asus RT-N56U w/Custom FW
Switch: HP Procurve 1410-8G
TV1: Panasonic TC-P50ST50 TV2: Samsung 32LNB540
May 29th, 2012, 10:54 AM
Is it possible to attach Synology units to a computer through USB. I mention that because using HaneWin and windows 7 with a couple of Drobos connected through USB, I can play BD ribs just fine through NFS. In fact, I can stream the same 7.1 TrueHD movie to two boxee boxes at the same time. I use SMB for everything else however, because there are a few mkv's and avi files that NFS seems to have problems playing - they could be damaged, I don't know. SO I have NFS sources for BD and SMB for the rest. I realize that leaving the computer on at all times is not for everybody (I happened to leave it on long before boxee anyway) since everything becomes dependant on the computer fuctioning properly etc ... but I though I would mention it FYI.
May 29th, 2012, 11:38 AM
Now I´ve tried everything disconnected from switch - No difference. No add-ons installed in NAS like media server, python etc
Running out of ideas here...