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Unable to send data fast enough

Question:

My Spacial Audio Encdoer is reporting "Unable to send data fast enough". So I decided to do all of my hardware and connection tests and even called my ISP and their tests concluded that my bandwidth and signal was good and strong. I'm not having this issue with web pages and send/recieves are running as normal. Is there anything i might need to do to Sam to solve this problem?

Answer:

The message "Unable to send data fast enough" is exactly what it says.

Checking your connections from your computer to your network connection is the best place to start. Check your cable condition.

While your ISP is reporting no problem, I would suggest having them either monitor it for a period of time or you monitor it yourself. A useful tool is ping plotter you can use this tool monitor your connection, you can set to 1 second intervals and have it run during these times you are experiencing this error message.

Note: I have seen many times the cable companies are replacing defective modems, also if you have alot of splices in your cable at your location the signal may drop out at times.

You can do a Trace Route and Ping to see the times and route being taken to the server. If needed you can send it to your isp or Spacial support
In the instruction below remove the 1 infront of the tracerout command.


  • Click on Start, Run
  • Type in CMD
  • In the black box, type in: 1tracert    your.server.ip/url
  • Right-click in the black box and click on: Mark
  • Highlight all that information
  • Right-Click that window again
  • Paste that information into this window

  • Type in: ping   yourserver.ip.or.url
  • Right-click in the black box and click on: Mark
  • Highlight all that information
  • Right-Click that window again
  • Paste that information into this window
  • Push the [X] on the black box

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