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It looks like it is getting an error from the router. This is odd considering that I can actually open the share and view and edit things from it without issue.
https://temp.sh/BXLwo/sniffer.pcap is the full log.
SMB2 Header Protocol: 0xfe534d42 Header Length: 64 Credit Charge: 0 NT Status: STATUS_NOTIFY_ENUM_DIR (0x0000010c) Command: Notify (15) Credits granted: 1 Flags: 0x00000001, Response Chain Offset: 0x00000000 Message ID: 53429 Process Id: 0x00000000 Tree Id: 0x00000002 Session Id: 0x000000000000000d Signature: 00000000000000000000000000000000 [Response to: 169] [Time from request: 0.000202000 seconds]