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Still can't Teleport without being Logged Out on the Mac! Why???


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UPDATE:  DECEMBER 1, 2011

Read the problems below completely, because you'll see all of your suggestions have already been tried!

I waited 5 weeks and have loaded new software and tried all of the common teleport troubleshooting suggestions again.  Nothing works.   See Below...

Any of my three av's cannot TP without being auto-logged out - using any recent viewer - and only on one Mac Pro!

The very same Mac Pro running Vista 64 through bootcamp works fine.  

My character has no attachments at all, and there are no HUD's loaded at all.   I have cleared the cache (and the advanced group cache) and deleted any files I could find from my user's ~library/app folders.

Voice is turned off.  Streaming Media is turned off.   Bandwidth is set to a reasonable low number.

On my Mac System, my firewall and filevault are turned off.

Also, I have a very fast FIOS connection.

And Thank You, but the first thing I tried were all of the suggestions at "Troubleshooting Teleporting".   No luck. 

In response to other great suggestions (which I greatly appreciate), I HAVE tried to uninstall and reinstall SL - including Phoenix and Firestorm.   And when I do an uninstall, I am going into the library folders and removing any supporting files, prefs or temps.

With regard to my connection, I am using a very fast wired FIOS connection.   The Vista 64 OS I mentioned that works is actually on the same Mac Pro that DOESN'T work when I'm in Mac OSX Lion, so I know it isn't strictly the connection.

Remember that i am a default avatar with no additional attachments, no HUDs, bandwidth set to 500. a brand new clean installation, all green lights on the lag readout, and a fast wired FIOS connection.  And finally, recall that this same Mac Pro works perfectly when I reboot in Vista 64 through bootcamp.

I would call this hopeless wouldn't you?  This has to be a low level LL problem.

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Are you on a wireless network? If so, try to use a cable to connect and see if this helps.

It could be that the wireless signal on the Mac you get logged out on is not as good as on the other ones. Click on the wireless icon in your menubar holding down option and see if the numbers are (significantly) different than on the other two.

Also, check the packet loss in the viewer on the different macs and see if you can see a differerence. If you do have packet loss on the one you get logged out on, try reducing the max bandwidth in the viewer->Setup preference.

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