Synology Drive as a mesh network? (clients connected to two NASs syncing same Team Folder via Sharesync)

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Synology Drive as a mesh network? (clients connected to two NASs syncing same Team Folder via Sharesync)

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Use case: small business sharing a single Team Folder between offices in separate states...

I have a Synology in each office (for simplicity: Office 1 hosts NAS1, Office 2 hosts NAS2), so would it make sense to have each client connect/sync to their local NAS instead of the increased network congestion of having every Drive client logged into NAS1? Would there be a higher danger of file conflicts or corruption?

Both NASs have the office folder enabled as a Team Folder with versioning enabled and NAS1 would also be backing up the office folder to NAS3 via HyperBackup.

NAS1 ---<Synology Drive Client>-- Users 1/2/3
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[Synology Drive Sharesync (two-way mode)]
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NAS2 ---<Synology Drive Client>-- Users 4/5/6
 

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