Asustor NAS show name in Win10’s Network Neighbourhood and enable SMB3 multichannels method

I just bought a Asustor AS6604T NAS but I found that few resource in Internet mention about Asustor NAS.

First problem is Asustor NAS had not show name in Win10’s Network Neighbourhood due to Win10 disabled SMB1. The following link is discussion in very detail:

https://www.truenas.com/community/resources/how-to-kill-off-smb1-netbios-wins-and-still-have-windows-network-neighbourhood-better-than-ever.106/

  1. install and activate python3 in Asustor NAS
  2. Copy the wsdd.py file to any share folder in Asustor NAS (e.g. Download)
  3. enable Asustor SSH, service->terminal->ssh
  4. Login SSH using Administrator (e.g. ssh administrator@AS6604T)
  5. cd to the share folder (e.g. /volume1/Download)
  6. $nohup python3 -u wsdd.py & (using python3 to execute wsdd.py file)
  7. NAS name show in Win10’s Neighbourhood instantly
  8. Disable Asustor SSH

Enable Asustor NAS SMB3 multichannels

enable Asustor SSH, service->terminal->ssh

Login SSH using Administrator (e.g. ssh administrator@AS6604T)
password

cd /volume0/usr/builtin/etc/samba
sudo vi smb.conf
type password

add following in [global] section

[global]
server multi channel support = yes
aio read size = 1
aio write size = 1

wq

disable Asustor SSH

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