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PVP.net has detected a disconnect from ejabberd.

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MysticLlamaMan

Recruiter

12-02-2009

I have been having the same exact problem.

Currently using Embarq through a Belkin N+ Wireless Router F5D8235-4 on Windows 7 64bit

Here are my results from the Netalyzr
http://n1.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/summary/id=43ca253f-20550-85bc1f48-b250-40c1-af0b


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Dragoonleader

Junior Member

12-02-2009

well, since Mystic has Embarq, but a different router, i'm just going to assume its just out ISP that is the problem.

Jesse- I tried the public DNS, and the problem is still there.


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EvilSpawn

Junior Member

12-03-2009

i am having the same problem with zyxel 660 with all port forwards and rules seted up before getting to play for 1st time...


and here is my results http://n1.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/summary/id=43ca253f-20523-02ba285d-eef3-4e97-8eb3


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Fubarbarian

Junior Member

12-03-2009

Tried the public DNS and still getting the disconnect. I seem to only encounter the error when using the store or following a match.


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EvilSpawn

Junior Member

12-03-2009

and about the ports and stuff it's not the fix!!!i have all port forwards seted plus i made a rule at firewall with server ips that permits connection at any port any protocol from wan to lan


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Jesse Perring

Recruiter

12-03-2009

One part of the analysis stood out to me:
Strongly uncacheable data was cached between you and our server, even when the data was requested directly and explicitly. This suggests that there is an HTTP cache in the network which examines and caches web traffic. Since this data was not supposed to be cached, the HTTP cache is probably operating incorrectly. (http://n1.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/info_httpcache.html)

Can you think of any settings that may be causing this? I'm not familiar with settings that can cause this situation, but you may want to contact your network administrator about the issue.


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Fubarbarian

Junior Member

12-03-2009

This error is driving me bonkers. having to relog after every purchase, match or click on anything other than the Summoner profile. AHHHHHH


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Jesse Perring

Recruiter

12-03-2009

Fubar can you run this network diagnostic for me and link the results?

http://netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/


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Fubarbarian

Junior Member

12-03-2009

Lol did this once in this thread already but here goes.

http://n1.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/summary/id=43ca253f-20589-5ea80e8f-1ef7-4104-aac3


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Koopah

Junior Member

12-04-2009

Clear your cookies! Quickly brethren do it!