Windows PC Multiple Ethernet Connections to NAS via Switch
I am looking for advice (i am a novice).
I have Windows 10 PC which comes with 2 ethernet ports.
I also have Synology NAS with 2 ethernet ports in which i have set them up for loadbalancing.
Everything is connected to a switch and the switch has a connection to a router.
My transfer rates for files is very slow and all cables at CAT6.
With loadbalancing setup on the NAS, is there anything i can do at the PC or Switch to combine connections that may improve my connection speeds.
I have setup static addresses on both of my PC NIC cards.
All traffic appears to be going through 1 NIC and getting a transfer speed on the PC of 950Mbps which i think is fine.
However, i was hoping to double this using the second NIC, can i not get that NIC to pass over the same data? Data is being transferred to the NAS with the Loadbalancing on the NAS end should handle it. The switch is a 1Gb swich.
Looking for any pointers