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  1. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Sigh yes - I know I probably shold get a new router. I cant come up with anyting else to change. But with a very limited budget, I am scared for the possibility that the router is not the problem. And when it does not shows any problem in any other application, it is making me confused. I had obviously not understood Whirlys answer, but thank you for explaining once more. It always helps to understand what is happening. But as I said before here, I CAN use a TP to reset SL again, alas for a few minutes only, obviously meaning I retain connection to SL. Can this be within my router only? Dosent it need some action from SL?
  2. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Problems is persisting. I tried today to first log into SL and then connect the ethernet cable from the router. I immediately got stuck from walking, I can still rotate around, but not walk and after a minute or two I get logged out from SL. I have still not got a new router, cause I am not 100% convinced it is caused by the router. It seems likely, but I would like to know for sure. There are no othere problems when the cable iss conencted, as far as I have seen. That is weired to me.
  3. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Tapkoinu, interesting. Tell me how your internet is set up. Is the problem similar to mine? It is appering when on ethernet on router - NOT when on wifi on the same router. If I disconnect the router and run SL directly from internet, it is at least a bit more persistant, I have been logged out there also, but not been able to verify if it is caused by the same reason.
  4. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Ah yes, Second Life Server 19.01.25.523656 it says. Sorry! But is this a problem or is it good? I do not understand really,
  5. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Thank you Nalates When on ethernet from my router I cannot stay online more than one-two minutes before getting logged out. - unless I do not TP, as i talked about earlier. About> help shows me at .agni.lindenlab.com (if this is what i was to look for) - and i seem to get logged from everywhere. But it sure sounds similar. I still wait for the ISP to fix a struggeling network, hten I will consider getting a new router. I am only baffeled that the TP saves me from crashing. At the moment, I give it 75% chance it is the router - too vague to just go buy another. I will try to keep looking at that thread you sent me, though. It is insteresting. Thank you Again Nalates! I appreciate all help.
  6. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    I have still not solved it, Been stuggeling with a very unwilling ISP support for long time. For myself I have tested and tested. I still have an extremely low upload speed for HTTP, but not for Websocket. And since i understand Second Life (and some other applications) does use HTTP, I need to get this fixed first before I can go buy a new router. Problem is that upload is the same low wheter the router is connected or not. And i need to say that I have used the word "crash" incorrect. I am getting logged out from SL. I am very sorry, But i get the logged out message. I think the low upload does things to SL so it cannot sync wiht the high download in some way. (But im only guessing....) I will make more efforts to clear this low upload speed out as soon as possible.
  7. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    *Sigh* - I did try....
  8. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Thank you Nalates I have a very bad Karma now. I have been in touch with so many support caused by different problems that I cant remeber it all, but basically I have been in touch wiht ISP and they have checked - nothing wrong. LL has closed the issue, I got no reply. Netgear told me i was one month too late, or they could have exchanged my router (you see what I mean....). I think - like most here - that it is my router. But I am very confused since I can avoid being logged out (see for the first time I did not write "crash") by making a TP. I cannot afford buy a new router by chance. And i have no other router to try either. So I guess I have to deal with it for some more time.
  9. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Sorry forgot: The answer is Yes I have. Same result. I have discussed earlier in this thread that pointing to other addresses than that 11.1.0.1 is jumping all the way to target and does not stop at level 4. Here is result for Tracert 4.16.106.5 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms www.routerlogin.com [192.168.1.1] 2 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 65.99.187.1 3 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 65.99.185.249 4 16 ms 16 ms 16 ms 94.246.65.94 5 14 ms 15 ms 14 ms 213.212.14.49 6 16 ms 16 ms 16 ms 213.80.86.224 7 16 ms 15 ms 33 ms sesto1024-rc2.ip-only.net [213.80.86.6] 8 18 ms 18 ms 18 ms lag-150.ear2.Stockholm2.Level3.net [212.73.250.253] 9 187 ms 223 ms 187 ms ae55.bar2.SanDiego1.Level3.net [4.16.106.5] This is measured via my problematic Ehternet, not wifi.
  10. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Thank you Nalates! I get the same results with both my PC and laptop with different cables connected to different ports on the router. The hotspot is the same Netgear router that transmits the problematic ethernet. And I am in Sweden so I do not use TelCo. And I get internet via an optical fibre. At home I never use phone as hotspot. It is my HTTP readings at upload that are extremely low. Websockets gives good results. Are you sure there cannot be any problem there?
  11. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    I found out that I can check bandwidth in different ways. And I get VERY different readings on the upload. (Now I do not have a clue of what this means but..) On the uploads I get around 3 Mbit/s when testing on the HTTP variant, while I have 113 on the Websockets variant. Downloads are over 100 on both. Can someone please help me understand. 1) Is this something that can produce the crashes in SL? (But both ethernet and wifi shows similar results) 2) What is causing this difference? Can I do or check something on my router? (I have recently reset it fully)
  12. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Thank you Briana. Do you, just like me, notice in advance when SL starting to crash for you? If so, have you tried to TP to another place before the crash? My problem is only when on ethernet cable - not when on my home wifi network,
  13. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Well I crash out from SL if I do NOT TP away. So the TP is making Firestorm to avoid a crash. If I do not TP, then I will crash. By making the TP I can stay in SL until it crash next time. But thats not a way to go, I cannot TP every teo-three minutes, lol. I have also now totally reset the router to factory settings once more and found that it did not help.
  14. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Ohh I dont understand these quote-functions. I think I messed up something for you Rolig... But thank you Linda and Rolig for replys. I should have been thinking of using the cable directly. I have been doing that two years ago when the router was new and there where problem wiht the ISP. But now I did and I have used SLfor at least 15 minutes now without being thrown out. I cant let the router be down much more, we have several items in house depending on it, but I think I have enough to call the ISP and ask for another router (it is the ISP property) No I will reset the router totally once more first, otherwise I will be ordered to do that. Another question just out of curiosity. When running TRACERT on 11.1.0.1 (mygod is it the US DoD I've been pinging???) I always got four jumps before timeout. Now, without the router, I get three. That feels quite understandable. But when using TRACERT on some other address, like one of the Atlanta addresses in Nalatie's TRACERT above, I come all the way to the goal. What is the difference? But for now SL feels very stable and I am very happy. Hopefully all you guys in here have helped me to pinpoint the error. I am soo thankful for all helpful people. Now what about the bug reports to Firestorm and SL? Shoudl I remove them directly or what to do? My question how I could save from crashing by making a TP, still remains. I have problems to see how that can be fixed by the router.
  15. KarolinaKatt

    Multiple crashes

    Thank you Nalates! I will call my ISP up as soon as I can. The 65. etc address is the ISP servers. Obviously their firewalls works well :) I still cant get out of this 65. area, when running TRACERT, so I guess they have a firewall in that direction also. Still I CAN run SL over wifi at both my home router and via mobile hotspot. So that indicates a problem with the router, dosen't it? On the other hand I can prevent SL crashes by simply make a TP when I notice it is coming. This confuses me. By weekend I will reset my router again, if I find time. Turning all stones......
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