Folks,I have an laptop running 12.04 Ubuntu, which is acting as a dedicated NAS. I store all my photso and videos on it etc and it is shared through Samba. The laptop is connected to the router via a wired ethernet connection. I can access it wirelessly and transfer photos etc from my phone and a windows 7 netbook. I get wireless transfer speeds of 2MB/sec on these devices - which seems about right.I bought a new iPad (3) and installed the paid app filebrowser - so I could access the NAS over wireless and copy files or view photos etc. But the transfer speeds are 100KB/sec.No matter what file I transfer I get really slow speeds. I contacted the makers of file browser and they said it may be due to the packet size and there may be a way to change the packet size in the smb.conf.I have searched and have not found anything. I read about the socket options in the SMB.conf, and I uncommented out the line and changed to the following:socket options=TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192 But this has made no difference.Any ideas?Really confused as to why the speeds would be ok when copying a file using a netbook, and using an Android phone - but not using an iPad. The only difference is the device and the software used to transfer.Is it the app - 'FileBrowser' or is it something in the Samba settings?Thanks!