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#1 Jan 09 2011 at 4:58 PM Rating: Decent
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Since this relates directly to FFXIV, I am posting here, search is not helping at this time.

My problem: Constant server errors, causing need for complete restart, i.e log out and then back on

First noticed : After December updates, Additional account in house (wife on as well)

Currently: Becoming more frequent, does not always happen when both are on.

Attempts to fix: New router, direct I.P. Assignments, no other programs in background, except Karpesky AVS

Hardware:

(1st) WIN 7 64 Pro, GTX 480 OC, Q9550, 8gb DDR2 800, Full screen 3840x1020 (triple screen)

(2nd) WIN 7 64 Prem, GTX 470, Q6600, 8gb DDR2 800, Full screen 1680 x 1050

Cable Modem, D-Link DIR 655, Private-Hidden network with permanent Assigned IP address for all devices

All software updates current, all firmware current.

Melmond Server FFXIV

Any suggestions??


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#2 Jan 09 2011 at 5:07 PM Rating: Good
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I dont know if this helps but I had the same issue and after doing all the router stuff and reseting IP and the like. I was like at my wits end and the game was becoming unplayable for me.

I was using wireless and have a great signal but something kept making me R0. I never had my other computer on or anything else and it kept happening.

So finally I just went wired and I played for 8hrs straight with not a one R0 error.

And the game became new to me. Since then I took 4 jobs to 20 and my Mar from 23-25 all with behest and leves.

I would suggest if you are using wireless that could possibly be the problem regardless of how awesome your signal strength may be.

Hope it works out for ya and good luck.
#3 Jan 09 2011 at 7:26 PM Rating: Decent
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Both of the computers are hard wired that play FFXIV. Wireless, IMO, are not reliable enough for this game.

Just to add, however, this is a full network setup in the house, both desktops are wired, VOIP wired, two laptops and a printer (wireless).

There does not seem to be an issue with connectivity, but I keep getting server errors 30001, 30002, 4000* errors, and constantly.

The only thread that I have noted to this point are to direct IP addressess to the computers and port forwarding. The computers do have their own static IP addresses set up through the router's DHCP.

Hope the added info helps.
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#4 Jan 10 2011 at 2:00 AM Rating: Decent
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I was on a wireless router during beta and early launch. I had no problems in beta, but a few weeks after launch I kept getting R0 within 5 minutes of logging in. I had all my ports forwarded and couldn't figure out why it just started happening. What I did notice though is that it started happening immediately after one of the patches.

I switched to a 3G connection and have had no problems ever since.

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#5 Jan 10 2011 at 2:04 AM Rating: Good
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I've been having the same errors a lot recently. As a matter of fact it's happened to me 7 times in the past 20 minutes. I'm also on a wired connection.
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#6 Jan 10 2011 at 3:52 AM Rating: Good
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just got booted twice in less than an hour. This is unusual.
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#7 Jan 10 2011 at 6:59 PM Rating: Decent
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My wife states she was able to play today without the errors or booting, but I am glad to see that it is not just me.

I have been reading where packet lossess are causing some of the errors, and slower routers, however, I have updated all of the usual channels that can cause this.
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