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Yep same here. Had a whole list of errors when i logged in.
Lots of times i had the clock time error.
And once i finally were able to login. Things were very slow for me.

15 Hours later.. logged back in.. Everything i had done was rolled back. yikes! :mansurprised:

I suggest you don't use inventory or script right now. Just use Second Life to chat and hangout.



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There was also a recent DNS failure over in the EU that LL reported, but I don't know if that was on LL's ISP's DNS' end or the EU DNS Root's end.

I'd suggest disabling the firewall temporarily to see if that will resolve it. If you're using a router, you may need to port forward Second Life. Check your Router/Firewall's manual and open/port forward these Ports.

You will need your local IP address for port forwarding - this can be obtained on windows by pressing Win-R, and entering CMD into the run box. Then type ipconfig into the command prompt and look for the Network Adapter actively being used on your machine. Then look for the 'IPv4 Address'. Use that in port forwarding to ensure that the ports being forwarded are from your machine.

Port Protocol Used For
53 UDP and TCP DNS lookup
80 TCP Second Life web resources
443 TCP Second Life web resources/client authentication
3478 UDP Voice/STUN traffic
3479 UDP Voice/STUN traffic
5060 UDP Voice/SIP traffic
5062 UDP Voice/SIP traffic
12000-29999 UDP Voice/RTP traffic/Core protocol communication ** (see note below)
12043 UDP and TCP Capabilities/map services/simulator communication
12046 TCP Texture downloading
21002 TCP Voice signaling

Notes:

  • RTP: Real-time Transport Protocol
  • SIP: Session Initiation Protocol
  • ** Voice used to only require ports 12000-17000 UDP while Second Life needed 13000-13050 UDP. This combined range satisfies both requirements for UDP traffic.
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