StephenB wrote:On the 100 mbit question - I would find a 100 mbit network very frustrating with a NAS. It should work, but the speeds are quite slow (~10 Mbyte/second). With Gigabit you are in the 80-100 MB/sec range, which is similar to many internal hard drives.
Mastacheata wrote:Even Netgear themselves report only 20-30 Mbyte/s in their performance graphs on the readynas.com page
letyougo wrote:8-10 Mbytes/s would be adequate for me for now If I could just get that working. I could upgrade to a Gbit switch or router if I have to, but I want to understand how that will solve the problem before I spend more money, because in theory it should work perfectly well (though slowly) with a 100Mbit device, but currently isn't working whatsoever. What do I need to check on my existing router to confirm that it is configured correctly or otherwise for the NAS?
Assuming it is a router, you could either replace it, or add a gigabit ethernet switch. What router model do you have?
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