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Typically there can only be at most one default gateway. A default gateway is a generic route which is used for any IP address not specified elsewhere. As a route it has a form of 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0. You have defined the IP address range of your LAN, and for the rest of the Internet you should take the default gateway. If you define another default gateway ...


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No, that's not an SMB2 issue, it's a transferring-lots-of-small-files-over-any-protocol issue. In addition to more network overhead, you're dealing with a lot more seek time, and essentially random reads instead of sequential reads, so the disk operations are a lot slower as well. Test yourself with a USB flash drive or external hard drive, for example. ...


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10mc delay comes from where? It is WAY too high for a LAN and VERY small for a WAN. And yes, it causes issues - SMB2 is quite chatty and not optimized for high latency. Many files is a LOT of operations. A lot. ALl running one by one. YOu would be better in case of scenario 2 to SPLIT the 2700 files and run multiple copy operations in parallel. THere is a ...



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