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  1. #1
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    Packet loss out - please help

    Hello
    I bought a vps and installed a ts3 server on it.

    I'm the only user of the ts who have huge packet loss out, so that no one understands me when i talk cause i'm laggy.

    My connection is fine, I have a 20mbs adsl. I connected to other teamspeak 3 server, and I have 0% packet loss.
    I tried another computer here in my house, and it have same packet loss problem.
    Other users, from my ISP, don't have packet loss problem.
    The server hoster told me they checked if there were some problems, but they said it's all fine to them (well, guess if they had problems also other ts3 user would have packet loss issue)

    So it's not hardware related since my other pc is the same, it's not ISP related since every other ts3 server is fine, it's not server related since they said it's fine and other user don't have problem.

    What could be?

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    Post tracert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    Post tracert.

    1 1 ms 1 ms <1 ms dsldevice.lan
    2 22 ms 21 ms 21 ms 10.245.88.1
    3 22 ms 22 ms 22 ms 10.3.149.94
    4 23 ms 22 ms 23 ms 10.3.134.234
    5 22 ms 22 ms 22 ms 10.3.134.225
    6 45 ms 25 ms 25 ms 10.254.2.241
    7 26 ms 25 ms 25 ms 93.57.68.102
    8 35 ms 34 ms 36 ms 93-63-100-181.ip27.fastwebnet.it
    9 34 ms 34 ms 34 ms 93-63-100-182.ip27.fastwebnet.it
    10 51 ms 51 ms 51 ms amsix.bb-c.nkf.ams.nl.oneandone.net
    11 57 ms 58 ms 60 ms ae-6.bb-c.act.fra.de.oneandone.net
    12 89 ms 88 ms 88 ms te-0-0-3.bb-a.epx.mad.es.oneandone.net
    13 88 ms 87 ms 87 ms ae-0.bb-a.mad2.mad.es.oneandone.net
    14 93 ms 94 ms 93 ms lpwro09.xe-1-0-0.arsys.es
    15 92 ms 91 ms 93 ms 82.223.47.47
    16 93 ms 93 ms 93 ms 82.223.83.101
    Last edited by weltall; April 4th, 2017 at 08:15 PM.

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    Don't see anything wrong. But they are very few samples. Maybe run WinMTR over some minutes, while the problem exists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    Don't see anything wrong. But they are very few samples. Maybe run WinMTR over some minutes, while the problem exists.
    The problem occurs as I connect to my server, packet loss range from 10 to 50%, more I talk more It grows.
    Run a winmtr as you said, there is no packet loss but on same time i was running test I had teamspeak client connection info tab opened and It was registering a packet loss out (also a bit packet loss in, guess because i was running mtr).

    Why tests say there is no packed loss but teamspeak keep sayng im loosing packet out and i'm lagging? Why only me and why only on this server?

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    Selective by your ISP, router or routing. TS might be seen as low-priority or malicious traffic. Or something is broken.

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    How could I check if I have problem with routing?
    Just opened my firewall the udp port 9987 but nothing has changed

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    Quote Originally Posted by weltall View Post
    How could I check if I have problem with routing?
    Just opened my firewall the udp port 9987 but nothing has changed
    Opening ports and forwarding ports is for servers only. They must not be used for clients software.
    Basically, there's no way to find out what causes this, as this issue is for TS only. Also, the target server might have iptables set up incorrectly. So many possible reasons. Can't help you.

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    uhm dunno if it could help, but I noticed a big part of packet loss is from keep alive tab.
    Any tip?

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    That makes general routing issues a bit less likely. Bad iptables on target server and other types of filtering are getting more likely with that. Still, nothing one can say.
    It's impossible to say what reason there is. As I said, we can't help you.

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    I have another update. (yes, im pretty desperate)
    I noticed, after a system reboot, the packet loss shows only after 30 seconds. I'll try to explain better.

    At fresh restart, i connect to teamspeak, everything works fine for first 30 secs. I can talk with no problems. Then packet loss appear.

    If I close teamspeak, and open it again, packet loss in out is there from first seconds, ranging from 10 to 60%.

    If I restart computer, i have another 30 seconds of free lag talk, then packet loss appear again.

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    Makes no sense if this happens to multiple computers.
    We still cannot help you.

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    another update
    tried to connect to teamspeak with my computer using wi-fi of my android smarthphone (so using smarthpone connection provider) and teamspeak has no problem, no lag issue.

    Seems the problem is related to my connection (but only with that server), anything I can investigate or change?

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