Final Fantasy XIV (90002), several disconnects a night.
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2 weeks ago
I've been doing a lot of research for some time now, having played FFXIV intermittently before finally making it my 'main game' towards the end of 2018. I get several disconnections a night and after going back and forth with SquareEnix for some time, and having read many of other peoples issues, Virgin Media is the common denominator. I have a lot of friends who play FFXIV but none of their isp's are VM. You don't hear or read any of these issues elsewhere or on any other forums. All roads are leading here. I'm yet to see anybody come up with an actual solution besides leaving the ISP, and that is something that I'm keen to avoid because VM have always been great to me. My internet never ever drops and I don't disconnect from anything other than the game itself.
List of actions I've taken in attempt to fix this issue: -Resetting router to factory default. -Turning off Port Scan Detection, IP Flood Detection -Turning on PPTP Pass-Through, Multicast Pass-Through in the Superhub page. -Reinstalling Computer's LAN driver. -Flushing DNS.
I have had many e-mails with SquareEnix and they have offered all of their solutions and this is really what it comes down to now. I really hope you guys can do something, I understand that FFXIV players are a minority and dare I say it; not a priority? but that doesn't make this okay. People shouldn't be looking at alternative ISP's or being forced to spend money on modems or routers or whatever it is, just to be able to play something they enjoy (and also pay a monthly subscription for). It isn't fair. I really hope you guys can fix this.
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Re: Final Fantasy XIV (90002), several disconnects a night.
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Shocking that you originally posted two weeks ago and not had a reply.
I just want to say that I had these issues in my last property and after much complaining, it seemed to somehow be resolved. Now that I am in a new property with a new connection, it's started doing it again and like you, I'm less than pleased.
It's happening to me at least three times a night and my other half who also plays the game, gets disconnected at the same time with the 90002 error.
If it's not resolved soon, I'm likely to be looking at another provider as this is clearly not a fault on our end, when as you said, all routes lead to VM themselves.
*edit* I've just had a thought that hadn't occurred to me before now. When I moved, they couldn't get my old router working on their network for some reason (was fine in the old place the day before), but they supplied a new router. A few people have mentioned a firmware update which I think might have been what resolved my connection instability before. How do I go about getting this again to update my router if it that is required?