I am not 100% sure if I am correct here, but pls let's try. Following background:
I switched from Win10 to Mac and have some problems now with the Time Machine Backup.
Before changing to Mac I ran nas4free with Win10 only, had the following configuration for soem years (also with 9.xx):
nas4free 10.2.0.2 - Prester (Revision 2332), WOL start and shut down with the following script by Fritz:
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/mnt/NASPlatte/apps/manageAcpi.sh -p 30 -w 30 -a 11:50,12:10 -c 23:31,5:59,5 -n 6:00,23:30,5,10,192.168.178.25 &
(can be found here: https://github.com/fritz-hh/scripts_NAS4Free)
This script sends a ping to the mentioned IP-adresses and if no pings returns the nas4free shuts down. nas4free with SMB, this was working perfect.
Now the configuration after the switch to Mac:
Mac El Capitan with Parallels and Win 10, nas4free connected with AFP via a Fritz.Box 7490, connections via 1GB-LAN (no Wlan), access from Mac without an issues.
Configuration to theTM at nas: create a directory, user and usergroup with access to this directy,
Now the TM Backup starts:
It starts it's calculation and suddenly after some minutes nas4free shuts down. No configuration change at nas4free. IP of the Mac is 192.168.178.25.
I did the following tests:
- switch of SMB at nas4free, no change, TM starts, nas4free shuts down
- only AFP at nas4free, , TM starts, nas4free shuts down
- only AFP, no (!!) TM Backp, nas4free runs stabile, no shutdown
- various pings from nas and Win to Mac 192.168.178.25, always successfully
How do I get a stabile connection and why is TM shutting down the nas. Obviously the TM prevents a ping (or delays?)...
Pls let me know in case I should post somewhere else. Pls note also that I am not the specialist in nas4free, I am more familiar with Win.
Kind Rgds Jens