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Yeah there's only like a million of them that work on networks so you know where to look - your setup (promise)- welcome.
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You're so helpful, what with your tips on how to improve this situation. Really this is what makes AVS Forum so awesome, the spirit of helpfulness and fortitude of knowledge.



You put the science in AV Science.



Thanks again.

In kinder words we have seen this before where everything but the A400 work. Once changes were made to the network (switches/routers) things started to work again. While everything may work perfectly we wouldn't count out some incompatibility or something else happening to cause errors within your network.

The easiest way to cut it out (network) is to start taking the "inbetween" devices and switching or replacing them to see if anything changes.


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In kinder words we have seen this before where everything but the A400 work. Once changes were made to the network (switches/routers) things started to work again. While everything may work perfectly we wouldn't count out some incompatibility or something else happening to cause errors within your network.

The easiest way to cut it out (network) is to start taking the "inbetween" devices and switching or replacing them to see if anything changes.


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Uh, not likely. There were promises made.

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Uh, not likely. There were promises made.

*Shrug* not sure what promises were made and broken. People seem to always use that word promise and rarely were there any made. I've had my A400 running for awhile now with no issues.


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Thank you so much for the great advice. I'm running a Synology 1813+. Router is apple airport extreme newest edition connected to a 8 port gigabit switch. All other peripherals (very connected house) run perfectly on the network.

I downloaded the latest firmware the moment I received the unit.

I'll download that ANP app and see if it works. Is there any advantage of going NFP vs. SMB in terms of stability?
They both work fine here on my A-400s. Although at some point I switched all my shares to SMB. When the A-400 first came out there were some issue. But once they got resolved it worked great with SMB.

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