I asked it appositely in a thread, but I’ll ask here as well: why with NFS when my MacBook Pro (the server) is on WiFi the bandwidth is 1/3-1/2 of what I get via DLNA or WebDAB? It’s nearly fine for 4K HDR movies (they don’t buffer but skipping becomes a bit of a pain), while watching hi bitrate (60+ Mbps) demo videos I keep getting buffering. DLNA/WebDAV instead even play the Jellyfish bitrate tests (jell.yfish.us) at 90 and 120Mbps (well, for sure at 90).
Good morning, everyone,
I’m going crazy.
With the NAS synology, while everything was working perfectly after the iOS 11.2.5 update, this no longer works…
The wheel spins for 1 minute before even loading a 1080p movie!
I tried everything… I went to NFS, SMB1,2… 3… nothing! I can’t read my files properly.
I thought it was because of my hard drives.
So from SHR (Synology Hybrid Raid) I passed on 2 disks separated in Basic, without copy, ext4… (in the annoyance I lost 3Tb of backup!)
To become more crazy, we can’t see the logs on this f**** AppleTV. With each update it’s the same hell! This year apple’s gonna drive us nuts.
Just to check, are you sure that the drives are awake when you tried and that your NAS is not in hibernation? (I also have synology NAS using NFS). You don’t happen to have another Apple TV, even 4th gen, around to test? What about on iphone/ipad? Any issues there?
Thank you very (very !) much munpip214!
Yes, that was it ! The automatic hibernation of the NAS prevented the infuse connection.
Before the formatting of my hard disks I installed the plex server which had automatically disabled hibernation. After formatting, now using only Infuse, I hadn’t reinstalled Plex and hibernation was active.
Thank you so much for that trick.
There is no longer any improvement of the SMB protocol! We look forward to this James ;-)!