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  1. #1
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    packet loss on my inbound traffic

    Hi.

    I have a strange problem that I had for 3-4 days so but it got worse now.

    Ive have packetloss on my inbound traffic on teamspeak but not my outbound.
    I dissabled my firewall on my router and I made an exception for teamspeak 3 on windows 7 firewall but it didnt help.
    I tried to portforward teamspeak 3 in my router it didnt help.
    I made a reset on my router aswell but that didnt help.

    I tried other teamspeak servers but I have the same problem there. and I pinged/tracert that teamspeak IP Im on in CMD but I didnt have any packetloss while pinging and when I used tracert it looked OK to me. 10-50ms until it reached it final destination.

    so Im out of ideas here. and Im hope to get some help
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExeTick View Post
    I have a strange problem that I had for 3-4 days so but it got worse now.
    ...
    Ive have packetloss on my inbound traffic on teamspeak but not my outbound.
    Maybe a parameter in the router blocks when traffic increases:
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...923#post330923
    --> it was the "SPI Firewall protection

    or maybe some parameter in the ethernet card
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...178#post327178
    --> here it was blocking almost all the traffic

    If didn't occur before... "some new or updated software" is now blocking packets.
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...486#post327486
    --> here it was almost all the traffic

    Maybe seeing the recent installed or updated software could give you a better clue

    Note: What about your connection? Are you using wi-fi, for example? Maybe the wi-fi quality is lower than before...
    Last edited by PotaBlava; November 6th, 2012 at 03:55 PM. Reason: Note about wi-fi connection

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    I have been using Wifi for 4-5 months now. and its just recently I got this inbound packet loss.

    Im going to have a look at those links you gave there.

    and btw while Im playing my inbound packet loss is only 0,5-2%. and when Im not playing its going up to 15-20%.
    Last edited by ExeTick; November 6th, 2012 at 04:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExeTick View Post
    I have been using Wifi for 4-5 months now. and its just recently I got this inbound packet loss.
    ...
    and btw while Im playing my inbound packet loss is only 0,5-2%. and when Im not playing its going up to 15-20%.
    If possible, it could be interesting if you could connect to the router with a ethernet cable instead of using wi-fi.

    Another test: I think you are using only one server tab. Try to connect to your server and to the public server (voice.teamspeak.com) --> you will have two server tabs --> What about packet loss in every server?

    The fact that when you are playing the packet loss goes to "normal" (Usually I'm having 1.20%, I use wi-fi) is significant but I can't interpret its meaning:
    is the game itself?
    is it due to the increased traffic (TS3 + game)? --> Same result if you are visiting webs instead of playing the game?
    is it due to the increased CPU activity? --> Same result if you are using WindowsMediaPlayer (with an audio CD) instead of the game?
    Last edited by PotaBlava; November 6th, 2012 at 05:52 PM.

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    I have the suchlike problem ,but i have also sometimes disconnect from srv

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...i-start-a-game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lerken View Post
    I have the suchlike problem ,but i have also sometimes disconnect from srv
    @Lerken, If you disconnect then it's another thing...
    I think this behaviour points to an issue with the router firewall:
    constant disconection
    or
    the tree appears slowly and incomplete and in the end client disconnects
    --> are related with the "IP Flood Detection" option or equivalent in the router.
    See this post:
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...535#post311535

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    I tested it on my clans teamspeak and I had teamspeak public server at the same time and I had packet loss on both of them around 5-10%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExeTick View Post
    I have been using Wifi for 4-5 months now. and its just recently I got this inbound packet loss.

    Im going to have a look at those links you gave there.

    and btw while Im playing my inbound packet loss is only 0,5-2%. and when Im not playing its going up to 15-20%.
    Do you have Steam running?
    They stop downloading when you are playing a game in order to not affect your gaming performance and resume updating / downloading when you stop playing.

    Since your packet loss is incoming it could be lack of downstream bandwidth...

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    Also I can confirm that, in my case,
    wi-fi connection: 0.9 - 1.20 % of packet loss
    eth connection: 0.0 % of packet loss

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    Do you have Steam running?
    They stop downloading when you are playing a game in order to not affect your gaming performance and resume updating / downloading when you stop playing.

    Since your packet loss is incoming it could be lack of downstream bandwidth...
    Im not running steam while playing arma 2 dayz. or BF2 PR. so its not steam because Im only on steam when Im going to play something I have on steam.

    http://www.pingtest.net/result/71903071.png
    same time I took that one I had 8-10% packet loss on teamspeak3.
    Last edited by ExeTick; November 7th, 2012 at 04:36 PM.

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    hmm I think everything could have started when I updated my netframework to version 4.

    going to reinstall it to see what happends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExeTick View Post
    hmm I think everything could have started when I updated my netframework to version 4.

    going to reinstall it to see what happends.
    So? Worked fine? Any solution? I have the exactly same problem

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