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Getting disconnected from Black ops 4 servers (xbox) often

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Hello, not sure what's going on but I'm getting disconnected from games really often while playing and keep getting"  dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout" when I get booted in the log file over and over. Not sure what's going on, but I haven't had this problem before, if there is more info needed I can provide it. Thanks.

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Hi Moffat - you can ignore that log. It’s a regular comment just for developers and unrelated to your actual problem. 

Could you take a screenshot of your geo-filter page? And could you also explain exactly what happens - are you getting booted from the actual game or is it just that you can’t find a game?

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Fair enough, I thought the log was relevant and might be related as it appears to be full of errors. I have the geo-filter disabled, well I mean I haven't added any devices to it.  I get kicked out mid game pretty often and gives me a disconnected to server/host error but the internet is still on. I tried checking my xbox detailed network diagnostics when it was happening,  and it either turns out okay or says there was a change in the network settings while the test was going on so it couldn't complete.. It seems to disconnect me for about a second or two from XBL as sometimes it will boot me out all the way to the xbox home screen and I'll get a message saying I was disconnected from XBL, but connects me back right away.  Rebooting seems to solve the problem, but I have to reboot pretty often to not get kicked out. Basically something is causing a micro hitch in my connection that disconnects me from being online on the xbox only.  I didn't have this problem before, so I'm not sure what is going on meow.

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If you're being booted out of games and you don't have the Geo-Filter enabled, then the cause must be somewhere else. Your entire connection could be briefly dropping out for example.

I recommend you do a quick line test to see how stable it is: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/23881-ping-plotter-quick-guide/

Also are you wired or wireless? And do you have an Open NAT?

 

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Thanks, I'll have to do some more investigating. I've had the duma running fine for two years and only recently started having these problems. I'll try messing around with things, before I revert back to old firmware to test to see if the problem still persists. It's either that or something is going wrong with the xbox I guess. My computer and xbox are wired, nat open. Ping plotter results were fair, some occasional spikes of 7ms or so, but for the most part stable and no packet loss.

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Just as a suggestion, try changing the network cable between your Xbox and the Netduma.  Sometimes connection drops are the result of a cable that's gone faulty over time.

 

Good luck!

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2 hours ago, kssxs said:

Just as a suggestion, try changing the network cable between your Xbox and the Netduma.  Sometimes connection drops are the result of a cable that's gone faulty over time.

 

Good luck!

Thanks man, I went through and checked everything and noticed UPNP wasn't turned on, which I had on before I updated and that seems to have resolved the issue. I haven't had time to test much, but I didn't have any disconnects for a couple of hours or so last night, so that is promising.

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There seems to be a bug on Treyarch's end at the moment, after every game finishes you get disconnected and have to re queue, lots of posts on Reddit and their official forums.

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7 hours ago, Moofda said:

Thanks man, I went through and checked everything and noticed UPNP wasn't turned on, which I had on before I updated and that seems to have resolved the issue. I haven't had time to test much, but I didn't have any disconnects for a couple of hours or so last night, so that is promising.

That sounds really promising - maybe this was a NAT issue all along. As Wils said above though, there's plenty of bugs etc with Black Ops 4 so it could equally be the game itself. Let us know if the issue happens again and we'll explore other possibilities :)

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