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What is going on?

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Mick    8

Alrighty I have an issue which has been bothering me for a long time now and I tried googling it for a solution but I cannot find anything on this issue.

Every time I startup my Dayz and join ANY server it drops my, and here comes the fun part, Teamspeak connection for a few seconds to a minute. Also when I get ingame I cannot move for the next 3 to 5 minutes as I keep getting the No message received. Everything else is fine, my internet still works so it's just Dayz fucking my internet somehow..

Anyone here knows what the hell is going on and how to fix this?

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Hatch    0

I had something similar to this when I opened up GMOD, it just went after a while :S

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Ghost of Levi    8

It might be that your ports are conflicting with eachother or that dayz doesnt have an open port to be played trough so it starts searching for one and that may cause you getting kicked from TS, have you tried port forwarding?

if not try to forward this port range:

2302-2305

(those are the default ports arma use I dont know if dayz still uses them)

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Mick    8

It might be that your ports are conflicting with eachother or that dayz doesnt have an open port to be played trough so it starts searching for one and that may cause you getting kicked from TS, have you tried port forwarding?

if not try to forward this port range:

2302-2305

(those are the default ports arma use I dont know if dayz still uses them)

I can try that but I am a complete noob when it comes to port forwarding so I dont have a clue on how to do that! Luckly for noobs like me there is a things called Google :D

Thank you Levi, I'll make sure to check it out!

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Ghost of Levi    8

Keep me posted on ig it worked or not.

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Roman    0

I have a similar problem, when the a server crash it fucks with my internet connection, I can't view sites and the servers doesn't come up, last's for about 5 min.

But I'm still connected since I can talk on TS and use steam :/

It doesn't happen for restarts.

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Ghost of Levi    8

Any luck OP?

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Mick    8

Any luck OP?

No didn't work. Tried everything.. :(

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PwnCaiks101    0

I have no knowledge of how to help you with this- it seems very peculiar. Uh have you tried unplugging and plugging back in your router? Did this just recently start happening?

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Mick    8

I have no knowledge of how to help you with this- it seems very peculiar. Uh have you tried unplugging and plugging back in your router? Did this just recently start happening?

This has been going on for some time now and its not that my entire internet is going down, just my TS and steam when I start Dayz and join ANY server. I dont think unplugging my router fixes this :(

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Guest Frenzy   
Guest Frenzy

Apparently it is something to do with a recent TS patch. I experienced that whilst playing LoL with some of my friends. This patch has many bugs.

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Nicholas    0

Try turning off your UDP Checksum Offload. This may or may not help but it's worth a try, once you turn it off try joining a server and see if you still have the issue. If you still have the issue then just turn it back on, and if it fixes it keep it off for about 30ish minutes to an hour.

1) If you use windows 8 you can hold your windows key + S and the search bar will pop up.

2) Search "Device Manager" and click that. Something similiar to this will pop up.

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3) Go under network adapters and see which one has the UDP Checksum Offload option.

For me it's the second one.

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4) Open it and go under advanced, once there scroll down until you see "UDP Checksum Offload". Set both Values to "Off"

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5) Once it's off click Ok and wait a few minutes for it to take effect, After which try reproducing the problem you've mentioned above.

Hope this helps.

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Mick    8

-snipperino-

Tried it and so far so good, no internet crashes yet!

Thank you Nicholas!

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Mick    8

Glad to help!

Nevermind, still dropping connection :(

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Nicholas    0

Glad to help!

Nevermind, still dropping connection :(

Unfortunate =/. Is the UDP still off? or did you turn it back on?

Just to confirm, the issue is still there even when the UDP is off correct?

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Mick    8

Glad to help!

Nevermind, still dropping connection :(

Unfortunate =/. Is the UDP still off? or did you turn it back on?

Just to confirm, the issue is still there even when the UDP is off correct?

Confirmed

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Stick    0

Well.. an easy way is to open both as Admin that might work.. Worth a shot :)

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Mick    8

Well.. an easy way is to open both as Admin that might work.. Worth a shot :)

I've done this, nothing changed

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Josh    37

Mick i haven't been able to play dayz for the past week and a half for the same issue.

I turned off the udp checksum things on ipv6 and ipv4 and it works.

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Mick    8

Mick i haven't been able to play dayz for the past week and a half for the same issue.

I turned off the udp checksum things on ipv6 and ipv4 and it works.

I've done the same, they are both off and it still happens to me.. Its getting to the point that I want to throw my pc out the window :P

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Guest   
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Eh, just a question, is your PC directly connected to the router/modem or is it connected wirelessly?

I had a similar problem, so I got sick of it and poked a hole in my wall and connected my pc to the router using an ethernet cord and it worked.

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Mick    8

Eh, just a question, is your PC directly connected to the router/modem or is it connected wirelessly?

I had a similar problem, so I got sick of it and poked a hole in my wall and connected my pc to the router using an ethernet cord and it worked.

It is connected via an ethernet cord

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Mamba    0

I dunno, I had the same issue and the way I fixed it was limiting my bandwith in my steam settings. I had the same problem and googled it, that was the way I was told to fix it, and it worked.

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Mick    8

I dunno, I had the same issue and the way I fixed it was limiting my bandwith in my steam settings. I had the same problem and googled it, that was the way I was told to fix it, and it worked.

Tried that aswell and it doesnt work :(

I decided to record a video of whats actually happens.

[video=youtube]

ps sorry for the loud mic bangs, I moved it around twice

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