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    Another problem

    Hi there
    I have a problem
    My internet signal has small cuts
    The ts off (connection lost) all the time.

    Is there any way to change the time that is taken before ts off to compensate for micro cuts.

    Thank you

    Sorry for my english, I speak spanish and use the google translator.

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    afaik its 18 second ... if the (disconnect) cut is more than that i guess its not micro anymore :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed View Post
    afaik its 18 second ... if the (disconnect) cut is more than that i guess its not micro anymore :P
    sorry but no.
    connection is lost in 3 or 4 seconds.
    I know it's a problem of my ISP
    i need change the time of connection lost in my client

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed View Post
    afaik its 18 second ... if the (disconnect) cut is more than that i guess its not micro anymore :P
    And it's 30 (or 60) on the server side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    And it's 30 (or 60) on the server side.
    good,
    but...
    there are any way to solve my problem ??
    everyone knows the timeout,
    anybody knows if i can change this value in my TS client ?

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    This cannot be fixed because it would require to change server and client settings. The difference between server and client timeout is already very annoying.

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