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  • Your AVR or Processor is not sending the proper signal to Dirac Live.
  • Dirac Live cannot access the signal being sent by your AVR or Processor.
  • The AVR or Processor's signal is being delayed.
  • Traffic inside your network is being rerouted or modified.
    • Often caused by firewall or antivirus software, or proprietary network setups.
  • Home network UPnP/File Sharing/Device Discovery is disabled.
    • This means that devices on your network cannot directly communicate with one another.
  • Dirac Live cannot access or read the IP of your AVR.

Solutions

  • Ensure that both the device running the Dirac Live application and the AVR or Processor are connected to the same network, with full internet connectivity.
  • Connect your devices to your router via ethernet.
    • NAD units tend to have more consistent connection via wireless network connection. Try restarting your unit and connecting to wifi before accessing it with Dirac Live.
  • Enable UPnP/File Sharing/Network Discovery on your router and all devices in your Dirac chain.
  • Connect your devices to your router via ethernet.
    • NAD units tend to have more consistent connection via wireless network connection. Try restarting your unit and connecting to wifi before accessing it with Dirac Live.
  • Switch Windows network type to Private from Public.
  • If your router or network switch supports IGMP Snooping, deactivate this feature.
  • Temporarily disable your desktop firewall or network security software to complete the measure and filter export process, and then reactivate it.

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