17 days later, the problems persist and there is no response from VM.
There are still customers suffering from the same faults, up to 100% packets dropped from the VM server 22.214.171.124.
There are no visible problems here on your traces. Steve_Brett was correct and I'm sorry to say you don't seem to understand how the internet works. The odd dropped ping packet does not equal data loss.
If you insist that it isn't VM's server that is at fault, can you please explain the ping plots showing 100% packet loss at this server.
Your girlfriend takes a journey in her car to visit a friend. You send a text message every 10 mins to check where they are and each time they respond within 1 or 2 minutes. After an hour you no longer receive replies. Half hour later you are still sending texts wondering what the hell is going on. You wonder if they have crashed. Is the mobile network working? Eventually she responds to your last text message with "we had the music loud and were busy talking so I missed a few". Then every 10 mins from now until she arrives at her friend she responds to your new messages.
Her final message says "we arrived in good time."
You argue with her later because you didn't hear from her for a while, you think there was something wrong with the car during the trip. You think she didn't arrive ok or there's something wrong with her. You think she's an alien pretending to be your girlfriend. She thinks you're crazy and breaks up with you.
Your comments about me not understanding how the internet works may be correct.
Given that I don't understand, I hope you can understand my frustration at seeing something that seems to point to a problem (shared by another user, suffering identical problems with identical ping plotter results) being rubbished by those that do understand.
The problem I have is that I randomly lose control of my vehicle. There are no error messages, only symptoms.
The controls are W, A, S and D for tank direction, the mouse controls turret rotation/elevation and firing.
Sometimes, while stationary, I'll press W and nothing happens.
More commonly, I'll be moving in one direction, press another button to change direction and I continue in my original direction.
Or, if stationary, pressing A or S will see my vehicle rotate constantly.
The only way I have found to "un-freeze" the tank is to select different ammunition (using the 1, 2 or 3 buttons, although this doesn't always work) or to fire my gun which, again, doesn't always work.