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Ampharel #1 Posted Jan 29 2013 - 20:36

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Ok so randomly while playing WoT is freezing, as in, the game doesnt freeze but it stops responding to my input as if my internet had died.

Now this isnt so strange, if it werent for the fact I was broadcasting the game, and I could go on with that. As would my radiostream I had on.
This means my internet is totally fine. And seeing how it happens on 2 laptops at the same time I came to the conclusion it had to be my modem blocking it.

Problem is: I did portforward the ports WoT was using shown in the resource monitor, but these ports keep changing. Now I get that this is in a portrange, although:

Please open the following ports in the net settings:
• UDP range 3478, 3479, 5060, 5062, 12000-29999 and 32800-32901

Its not in this range.

Can someone give me an exact range?

btech #2 Posted Jan 29 2013 - 20:39

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have you tried running ping plotter? there are a few forum topics that help you use it. it should help track down your problem. if you are in the southeastern part of the USA, it is an issue that is beyond well documented. but, give pingplotter a run, and submit a ticket to WoT to see if they might be able to do somehting.

Ampharel #3 Posted Jan 29 2013 - 21:03

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I've got it running right now, I'll get back to you with the results. Thanks for the tip

Ampharel #4 Posted Jan 29 2013 - 21:14

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Pingplotter does not show anything strange, average ms of 26 to woteu2-slave-63.worldoftanks.eu

Edit: Wrong server, trying again.

Edit2: Ok now I dont get it anymore.

So with the pingplotter running it never crashed. Just like with thispost.
Weird thing was, my girlfriend was sitting next to me and she was crashing.

We're gonna test if we're both crashing again when I stop pingplotter

Edit3:

This is retarded.
I turned pingplotter off, both d/ced
I turned it on again and only my gf d/ced.

I dont get it.

Edited by Ampharel, Jan 29 2013 - 22:08.


Ampharel #5 Posted Jan 30 2013 - 16:12

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Oh, and if we both run pingplotter I keep dcing and she wont. I really dont get it.

btech #6 Posted Jan 30 2013 - 18:19

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now that is one for the support ticket. just be sure to tell them all the info and what odd things it is doing. good luck

Christeon #7 Posted Jan 31 2013 - 01:17

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View Postbtech, on Jan 29 2013 - 20:39, said:

have you tried running ping plotter? there are a few forum topics that help you use it. it should help track down your problem. if you are in the southeastern part of the USA, it is an issue that is beyond well documented. but, give pingplotter a run, and submit a ticket to WoT to see if they might be able to do somehting.

So what's the deal with the Southeast?

btech #8 Posted Jan 31 2013 - 06:01

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one of the servers the southeast gets routed through is a huge bottleneck. several other gamers from other games also have a major issue with the same bottleneck server. if you dig about the forum, i'm sure you'll find the name of the bottleneck server.