Got a new NUC6CAYH for christmas, and i have spend the whole day setting it up and playing around with it. Using LibreElec 8.2.2.
I have some trouble with it though.
When i try to watch a 4K bluray from my NAS, it stops only few minutes after it started. When i try to skip like 10 minutes it also stops and can almost not run, and keep start/stop.
If i at the same time look at my NAS (Synology DS214play) it look's like it's very busy delivering data to the NUC.
The maximum transfer speed on a gigabit network should be around 125 MB/s, but according to the NAS my NUC is pulling much more data.
If we are looking at the file we are trying to play it's around 45 GB, and 90 Minuts long, so it should only pull 8-9 MB/s from my NAS.
Because of the trouble i tried to transfer the file from my NAS to the NUC's built in SSD, using filemanager in KODI. When i try that the transfer speed according to the NUC is 9-12 MB/s which again is too slow on a gigabit network. But when i look in the NAS interface it still tells me the transfer speed is way higher than it should be like in the picture.
What I have tried so far:
- Transfering from my NAS to my Macbook Air (wireless). When i do that my speed is around 30 MB/s, and when i at the same time look in the NAS's web interface it also tells me 30 MB/s.
- Tried both SMB and FTP.
- Tried Wireless connection on the NUC. The speed increased to around 15 MB/s, but the NAS still shows odd numbers.
- Tried to transfer a file from my Macbook Air to the NUC's built in SMB server. The speed was around 10 MB/s.
I can't find anywhere to see the Wired link speed in Libreelec, but when i look at the NUC i can see there is a green light which should indicate gigabit connection. I have also tried 4 different cables which did not make any changes either.
Have you guys any idea what the problem could be?