09-28-2011 02:55 PM
Product name : LS-CH1.0TL-V2
I bought LS few weeks before and update firmware few days before and after update bittorent stopped working says downloading but didn't connects to any peer,tried different torrent but no peers,for checking tired same torrent on my pc client works fine.
I noticed in my LS utorrent logs says "[23:48:25] JS error:  Unable to get value of the property '262': object is null or undefined"
I think it is the reason its unable to connect support person please solve this problem.
09-29-2011 01:25 PM
I would try resetting the unit through the interface to see if that resolves the issue. Go to system, then restore/erase and choose restore linkstation. This will not delete any data.
10-05-2011 02:36 PM
I've reset mine three times, tried many ports (not that it matters - routed traffic on the network will give great speed on a PC on the same connection if the port forwarding is changed), forcably reloaded the firmware and STILL I get poor performance.
10-06-2011 01:11 PM
Try restoring the web interface through the system, then restore/erase tab. Choose the restore linkstation button. This will not delete any of the data.
10-07-2011 03:28 AM
I have done that a few times. I have forcably uploaded the firmware. I have turned it off and on again and off and on again. Last night I had a utorrent running on a laptop with the same ports forwarded and was getting 950kbs average for the same torrents the Linkstation is trying to download.
The Linkstation was getting 10kbps when I moved the port forwarding back. From reading other forums this fault is common but people are quick to blame the ISP, it's just not the case here.
The network is fine, the ISP is fine, the NAS is dire.
This is a massive problem with the unit and all testing narrows the problem down to the unit and its firmware. When is the next firmware due out?
It's a shame I can't bill Buffalo for hours spent trying to workaround an inherent fault with the unit, I could quit my day job.
10-07-2011 02:56 PM - edited 10-07-2011 03:00 PM
I re-initialized the bit torrent extension yet again and to my surprise it jumped to 600kbps! a nice reward for having to redownload all the active torrents.
then after 2 minutes it's now back at 10kbps.
once again this piece of technology raises my hopes jubilantly and dashes them expertly once more.
tested again using torrent client on a laptop on the network to see if the ISP has stopped the port...nope.
for goodness sake...