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Discussion in 'Archive' started by WoodSquirrel, Mar 13, 2014.

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  1. WoodSquirrel

    WoodSquirrel User

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    here is my problem. i am getting disconnects pretty often. i am running ping / pathping all the time and the place where the packets get lost is on "195.69.146.155 " and then the last 2 ips (31.204.88.150 and 109.105.153.9 ) get automatically lost packets aswell and of course i get dc in game which is pretty annoying. so is there any way how i could fix ? thanks ....
     
  2. Razzly

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    hello,

    please try a patch called "leatrix fix latency" . it helped some of my friends (irish ip's ) from packet losses.

    regards
     
  3. WoodSquirrel

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    ive tried that leatrix fix and nothing changed. i am still getting those disconnects :-/
     
  4. BeerWarrior

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    195.69.146.155 - amsterdam internet exchange b.v. (netherlands)
    31.204.88.150 -telindus s.a (luxembourg)
    109.105.153.9 - innova distribution llc [innova infrastructure] (luxembourg)

    well, not for sure, but such scenario is highly likely true that if you're playing from netherlands or any neighbouring country there's a routing problem either:
    1. between you and amsterdam internet exchange b.v., or
    2. between your isp and amsterdam internet exchange b.v.

    the packet loss at telindus s.a could be irrelevant as it's a datacenter an as such they very likely filter the ping-type packets out in order to reduce unnecessary traffic.
    the packet loss at innova distribution llc could be irrelevant as well as they most likely are located within telindus datacenter and telindus's routing tables apply.

    in my opinion you should be looking closely at the link between you and 195.69.146.155 - amsterdam internet exchange b.v. (netherlands) and call them directly and report the packet loss on their machine, give them exact ip and timeframe.

    it happened to me a few times with major eu cross continental internet operator and with ovh and that's how i solved the problems.
    good luck.
     
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