Suddenly getting deconnected all the time?

Ever since lest night I keep getting disconnected from battlenet every few minutes which is making me unable to play the game.
Ping : 67 ms
Download Speed : 1.43 mbps
Upload Speed : 0.57 Mbps
I have had no problem since until last night :/ please help me !

Same problem here. On 20mb broadband and also have to re enter authentication number every time a dc happens only started happening this past week

Hi Likki, Kardashian,

Ive had similar issues, but only under very particular circumstances.

Often, while using a Hippogriff taxi to go between areas, I page out of WoW to have a quick surf / do other stuff and flip back into WoW a few minutes later. Especially nice to do this on long trips.

Now when I do this I regularly flip back to WoW to find Ive been logged off. I can always log on again just fine, and Im always (so far either at my destination or still in transit just fine. But it is a little annoying.

F.Y.I. My connection is only 4 mbit down, 0.9 mbit up so really not so great.

Cheers,

Scoob.

Same issue, being DCed every 10-12 minutes.

Hi Flonnezilla,

I notice that WoW keeps logs of such events, for me its in "D:GamesWorld of WarcraftLogs" and there are several logs. Looking at Connection.log might provide some information for the Devs to use.

If we can all make note of the error message at the time of the last disconnect thatd be good, hard data.

As an example, heres my Connection.log, though Ive not had a disconnect recently:


8/12 00:28:52.287 Login program=WoW platform=Win locale=enGB
8/12 00:28:52.338 Component WoW.Win.15595
8/12 00:28:52.351 Component WoW.base.15595
8/12 00:28:52.351 Component WoW.enGB.15595
8/12 00:28:52.368 Component Tool.Win.2736
8/12 00:28:52.401 GRUNT: state: LOGIN_STATE_CONNECTING result: LOGIN_OK
8/12 00:28:52.449 Connecting to 213.248.127.130:1119
8/12 00:28:52.940 GRUNT: state: LOGIN_STATE_AUTHENTICATED result: LOGIN_OK
8/12 00:28:53.323 ClientConnection Initiating: COP_CONNECT code=CSTATUS_CONNECTING
8/12 00:28:53.351 GRUNT: state: RESPONSE_CONNECTED result: LOGIN_OK
8/12 00:28:53.636 ClientConnection Completed: COP_CONNECT code=RESPONSE_CONNECTED result=TRUE
8/12 00:28:53.665 ClientConnection Initiating: COP_AUTHENTICATE code=CSTATUS_AUTHENTICATING
8/12 00:28:54.185 ClientConnection Completed: COP_AUTHENTICATE code=AUTH_OK result=TRUE
8/12 00:28:55.682 ClientConnection Initiating: COP_GET_CHARACTERS code=43
8/12 00:28:56.351 ClientConnection Completed: COP_GET_CHARACTERS code=44 result=TRUE
8/12 00:29:19.415 ClientConnection Initiating: COP_LOGIN_CHARACTER code=77
8/12 00:29:24.319 ClientConnection Completed: COP_LOGIN_CHARACTER code=78 result=TRUE
8/12 00:30:42.282 ClientConnection Completed: COP_LOGIN_CHARACTER code=78 result=TRUE
8/12 00:30:50.796 ClientConnection Completed: COP_LOGIN_CHARACTER code=78 result=TRUE
8/12 00:53:32.205 ClientConnection Completed: COP_LOGIN_CHARACTER code=78 result=TRUE
8/12 00:53:32.750 ClientConnection Initiating: COP_GET_CHARACTERS code=43
8/12 00:53:33.062 ClientConnection Completed: COP_GET_CHARACTERS code=44 result=TRUE
8/12 00:53:34.601 Client Disconnect due to reason:14
8/12 00:53:34.617 Client initiated Disconnect from 213.248.127.130
8/12 00:53:34.626 GRUNT: state: LOGIN_STATE_DISCONNECTED result: LOGIN_OK
8/12 00:53:34.626 Login program=WoW platform=Win locale=enGB
8/12 00:53:34.642 Component WoW.Win.15595
8/12 00:53:34.660 Component WoW.base.15595
8/12 00:53:34.674 Component WoW.enGB.15595
8/12 00:53:34.694 Component Tool.Win.2736


If we can pop them in Code blocks for easy reading thatd be good.

As you can see, I have a disconnet event at 00:53:34.601, the description being "Client Disconnect due to reason:14"

I cannot find what reason:14 means, however there are posts suggesting that a DNS flush might help, here are some instructions for Windows 7 / Vista I copied:

Windows Vista / 7:

- Click Start, then Programs, then Accessories and then locate Command Prompt

- Right-click on Command Prompt and left-click on Run as Administrator

- In the Command Console window that has appeared type: ipconfig /flushdns

- After typing the above command, press Enter to execute it and then close the window

Certainly worth a try in case DNS has got its self in a muddle for whatever reason.

Cheers,

Scoob.

 
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