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mX
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« on: April 11, 2007, 12:53:55 am »

with new version R1Q2: b7322 i was kicked anytime i try to connect to OpenTDM Alpha Server|119ms|65.98.7.220:27910 and my netgraph:



same thing was on servers where is ping limited like
Inferna :: KTA Quad #1|58ms|130.233.24.172:27940
Inferna :: KTA Battle #1|53ms|130.233.24.172:27910
Inferna :: KTA Battle #2|55ms|130.233.24.172:27920

before i solve this problem limit my ul speed to 2k with netlimiter while anticheat server finish

now with new version 7322 i get kicked even after few min. when disable netlimiter

my connection is 256/128 cable 
Is there any way to limit speed to anticheat server?
or my q2 days r over? Sad
« Last Edit: April 11, 2007, 12:56:38 am by mX » Logged
R1CH
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« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2007, 01:34:10 am »

What message are you getting when you are kicked? Even with lag from uploading, you should still never be kicked. 128kbps is plenty of upload speed for Q2 and anticheat - the only time anticheat uses more than a few hundred bytes is at the start of a map when it is transferring the file hashes. Check nothing else is using your connection at the same time. I would also not recommend using netlimiter as if the anticheat connection gets too far behind what the server requires, you will get disconnected.

EDIT: I see you were kicked for irregular movement - how long does it take before your lag returns to normal after entering a server? I really don't think it should be taking that long to finish up with anticheat stuff, it should only be a few kb worth of hashes that need to be sent.
« Last Edit: April 11, 2007, 01:36:53 am by R1CH » Logged
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