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Location : The A1M southbound between junctions J56 and J53 . Lane Closures : Lanes 1 and 2 will be closed. Reason : Roadworks are planned. Status : Pending. Schedule : Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 13 December 2017 to 16 December 2017. Lanes Closed : There will be two of three ...
Location : The A1M southbound between junctions J51 and J49 . Lane Closures : Lanes 1, 2 and 3 will be closed. Reason : Emergency barrier repairs are planned. Status : Pending. Schedule : Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 11 December 2017 to 13 December 2017. Schedule : Expect disruption ...
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Jump to Roadworks - A1 northbound exit for M25/A1(M) ' Northbound ' Road Works. Location : The A1 northbound exit slip to the M25 . Reason : Emergency barrier repairs are planned. Status : Pending. Schedule : Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 05:00 from 13 December 2017 to 15 December 2017.
What game is it for and how long has it been down? How many people do you know are experiencing the same problem? Has it worked for you before (if so, how long ago)?
I'm asking all these because there is a multitude of possible causes. There's even a chance that it may not be the server after all. It may also be scheduled server maintenance. You may have to go to the game's official website and check the server status there. If there is no scheduled server maintenance or service outage in the area, then the server may simply be congested due to network traffic and bandwidth usage.
Another possible reason may be limitations imposed by your internet service provider (ISP). I have worked for an Optus/Telstra/Dodo "merge" a few years back and I know that they used to impose IP address blocks for certain servers/services. They also used to (and might still) have download caps (limits) for any type of download (arbitrary files, Windows updates, streaming, and yes: online gaming) depending on the service package you signed up for.
It may also be security settings on the computer itself. Certain "all-in-one" security solutions (antivirus programs that have built-in firewalls, spyware protection and all other sorts of "bloat-ware") control network traffic and shut down application-specific ports on the computer.
So if EA did NOT announce any server downtime, you can check the above options to figure out who to call first (ISP, antivirus/security solutions provider, EA support). There is no particular order. You just need to provide them the details of your dilemma and ask them the right questions.
The router's PPTP passthrough and IPSec settings assume that you're connecting to an external VPN server on the public side of the network, but it sounds like you're hosting your VPN server inside your local network. If this is the case, you may just want to have your windows VPN box in a DMZ, or get a router that you can exert more control over. Be wary, if you're doing this at a residential location, your internet provider will probably block or "shape" this type of incoming traffic to your local network.
Did you already forward port 1723? I guess you have done that. To isolate it, try to bypass the router and setup or establish the VPN session there. If it doesn't work, maybe your ISP doesn't allow port 1723 or it's just the modem.
The problem would be comcast. Your connections are setup correctly. The modems do not control the internet traffic flow, they are made to produce maximum flow. If more people use the internet, the less flow it will have. Check all internet options settings, and make sure EVERTHING is set to automatic
You need to login to your router and go to firewall or virtual servers. In there you can setup port forwarding. The goal is to forward external (internet) traffic to a specific internal machine (your PS3). You do this on a per TCP/UDP port basis and must specify the appropriate external TCP and/or UDP port and internal TCP and/or UDP port. Sounds harder than it is.
Or you can setup your PS3 in your router's DMZ (Demiliterized Zone). This sets up the router to forward ALL internet sourced traffic to a specific machine (your PS3). This is the easier way to do it so you don't have to worry about specific TCP/UDP port numbers.
- General Tab
---- Rule Description: Allow ICMP Type 3,4
---- Action: Allow this traffic
---- Advanced Settings: All network interface cards
---- Screensaver Mode: Both on and off
---- Record this traffic in "Packet Log" [OPTIONAL]