How to share files over Wi-Fi (fast copying)

Discussion in 'ZIDOO X20' started by AbuSarah, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. AbuSarah

    AbuSarah Member

    I have the MacBook Pro model 2014 and there is no Internet port.
    I wanted to share [smb] files via Wi-Fi with Zidoo x20 but it takes a long time duration about 7 hours in file size 70GB.

    But found the best solution.
    ##You must have it available ##

    1- Internet Cable
    2- Router Wireless supports high speeds with a 5GHz Wi-Fi network

    Since there is no port available in the router no problem of using ( Networking Switches Gigabit )

    In the beginning connect the internet cable from Zidoo to the Router or Networking Switches .

    Then connect your laptop to a 5GHz Wi-Fi network

    Then adjust the settings smb

    See how transport became much faster
  2. ahuman

    ahuman Member

    Hi Abusarah, thanks for the information. Regarding to SMB setting, would you share it? i tried but no luck, still slow
  3. AbuSarah

    AbuSarah Member

    I apologise . The speed was not constant

    But I got a solution which is a buy Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter Or usb to ethernet adapter
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2019
  4. ahuman

    ahuman Member

    macbook to Zidoo? how to route? Thanks
  5. AbuSarah

    AbuSarah Member

    wireless network or cable ?
  6. ahuman

    ahuman Member

    wireless, my current setup is zidoo to lan router and my macbook to wireless, but the transfer rate is only 23mb
  7. AbuSarah

    AbuSarah Member

    Can you tell me how much file size is transferred to Zidoo ? And How much time to complete the move ?
    I want to know the router
    I have tew-827dru And connect to the network 5Ghz
  8. ahuman

    ahuman Member

    the transfer rate is top at 23MB/s. I use asus ac5300 router. connect to 5ghz wifi.
  9. AbuSarah

    AbuSarah Member

    I mean transit time (how many minutes) complete
    Because I do not see my transfer rate

    Last night I transferred 68.4 GiB to zidoo and decided to transport only 25-30 minutes

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