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  1. #11
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  2. #12
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    You're using AT&T which is known for frequently connection losses, but that is not a case. Your internet is fine. Is your port open? If I recall correctly, it's 7700-7800.
    You already earned my respect. Remember, it will only take a second to destroy the respect. Respect me and I will respect you. Disrespect me and I'll just ditch you.


  3. #13
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    your prob on vpn and get off the vpn.
    everyone knows about the peer to peer using packet sniffing for ips, just dont even use a vpn lol
    [root@naeng ~]# ./ssdp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    your prob on vpn and get off the vpn.
    everyone knows about the peer to peer using packet sniffing for ips, just dont even use a vpn lol
    i don't think i'm on a vpn

  5. #15
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    uhhh few things

    noteworthy abnormalities:


    • Your system has an IPv6 address that does not work
    • Certain TCP protocols are blocked in outbound traffic


    address based:


    • Local Network Interfaces (?): IPv6 connectivity problem
    • Your system has an IPv6 address, yet was unable to fetch an image using IPv6. This can cause substantial problems as your web browser or other programs may first attempt to contact hosts using the non-functional IPv6 connection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bieberveli View Post
    uhhh few things

    noteworthy abnormalities:


    • Your system has an IPv6 address that does not work
    • Certain TCP protocols are blocked in outbound traffic


    address based:


    • Local Network Interfaces (?): IPv6 connectivity problem
    • Your system has an IPv6 address, yet was unable to fetch an image using IPv6. This can cause substantial problems as your web browser or other programs may first attempt to contact hosts using the non-functional IPv6 connection.
    What did you do to get those messages?
    You already earned my respect. Remember, it will only take a second to destroy the respect. Respect me and I will respect you. Disrespect me and I'll just ditch you.


  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juichi View Post
    What did you do to get those messages?
    I did a network scan

    Quote Originally Posted by killerzx View Post
    lel vpn obv
    reinstall your internet drivers.
    idk how

  8. #18
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    teamviewer with me so i can fix ur shit

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