So did you have a manageable switch configured for a static trunk on the ports the Qnap connects to? If not, it was a misconfigured network that caused your problems and no problem Qnap can fix.cdonner wrote:I spent time with support and they determined that it only happens in conjunction with RR load balancing.
ghilteras wrote:we NEED a fix for it, regardless of swtiches being compliant or not
doktornotor wrote:ghilteras wrote:we NEED a fix for it, regardless of swtiches being compliant or not
LOLz? So you want QNAP to fix something caused by using settings/features that your network HW does not support? Good luck with that.
I would suggest to only enable features
- you are able to handle yourself (i.e., you understand how actually the feature works and what are the requirements to utilize);and
- which you are 100% sure your HW can handle as well
Not following the above advice will not only not improve the network throughput and performance but will - on the contrary - lead to a total discruption of service.
ghilteras wrote:is it a joke? qnap has a bug.
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