No, I don't think it is related to your wireless, because I'm all wired and have the same errors. Overall have the exact same complaints, it seems the thing has slowed down to being pretty much un-usable. I have copied about 900GB of data from my Duo using a USB disk (it couldn't get faster than 1.5 MBytes/sec, which, obviously, therefore took a week to even accomplish! And now I'm trying to re-format the disks, but it is totally unclear if and how it actually reformats them.jonasen wrote:chirpa wrote:That is a very high number of TCP retransmits, definitely pointing to a network issue. http://www.readynas.com/?p=310#Troubleshoot
Although the computer is a MacBook, wireless connected to an Airport Extreme, wireless connected to an AirPort Express.
Guess it's too many wireless signals floating around...
My conclusion is that there is something terribly wrong with both networking and the way it reads data from the RAID on the Duo. My router is fine, always has been, but it looks like the Duo uses an entirely different set of protocols over the network than all the other equipment I use.
When I set it to Auto-negotiate the speed, it concludes it's 100 Mbit/s Half Duplex, while the router clearly is Full Duplex (all other auto-negotiating interfaces pick up that speed). I tried switching ports, but to no avail. I have to conclude it's the Duo, not the router.