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    Migrating data with a switch and link aggregation and method of migration?

    Hello all, I’m laying my plans out for moving from a ds1815+ to a ds1821+. My first question (and probably a dumb one) is, if I link two ports on each box to a managed 8-port switch will it speed up the transfer of data or is it still dependent on the router (the one cable from the switch to the...
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    How do I undo Link Aggregation of my switch dies?

    If I setup all 4 ports of my Synology to be bonded for link aggregation (and then set it up in my managed switch), what happens if the switch dies? With my old switch I swapped it out for a regular switch and had to re-swap it back in because i could no longer access my synology devices in any...
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    Having 4x 1gbe ports link aggregation pc&nas improve transfer speeds?

    I'm a little unclear. I have a ds1621+ with 4x 1gbe ports, link aggregated to my netgear managed switch. If get a 4 port nic for my pc and do the same for them, create a 4x 1gbe link aggregation on my switch (same switch the nas is plugged into) would I then effectively get 4gbe between the pc...
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    Link aggregation for faster VPN connection

    So a colleague of mine will work in remote for some months and he will mostly edit Excel, Word and PPT files. At the moment when working in remote the connection is not as fast as it should. In local it works perfectly. We are using Open VPN to connect to the syno. We never did a link...
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    Link Aggregation: what to consider?

    I would like to bond LAN 1 and LAN 2 on my Syno DS920+ to speed up the connection and more. At the moment the NAS is connected to a switch through LAN 1. As far I understood (please correct me if I'm wrong) I need to connected another LAN cable to the Syno e Switch and then follow this...
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