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    lets me connect for a bit then fails

    I have tried everything at this point, port forwarding, private network, turned off my anti virus. made sure it was allowed through my firewall. I have 0 idea what to do

    the only time I get even a little bit of success is when I set up port forwarding through my Xfintiy.com router settings, it works for about 1 minute. but after that it goes back to giving me error! for my external ip when I click it, and failing for starting my games.

    On top of that, I can't connect to other peoples games, same as before, let me connect for a second, then I lost connection. I am really at a loss on what to do :/

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    Welcome to the forums. Sorry you are having problems. My initial thought is flood protection, though it might be another security setting.

    Please read the initial post of this thread; https://www.fantasygrounds.com/forum...ions-Explained and then please post the answer to the 7 questions asked at the end of that post.

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    I'm seeing a lot off people with this issu with X-Finity routers. I'd suggest that you contact your ISP to try and find out what they have changed since that seems to be the issue.
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