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Failed to connect to ESO servers


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#1 acornman37

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Posted 24 December 2010 - 02:30 PM

Sorry if this is in the wrong place, but it's definitely an internet problem.

Started happening several days ago...

When I try to play multiplayer on Age of Empires 3 vanilla it always says "Failed to connect to ESO servers" after hanging for a little big on the "Connecting to ESO..." part.

My internet is working fine, as I can browse and play other online games without a hitch.

I've tried turning off windows firewall, disabling windows security essential real time protection, and turning off the verizon router firewall.
I've tried port forwarding, resetting my routers, and system restore, no results.
I tried playing on a different computer on the same network, and got the same problem, so it doesn't seem to be a problem with just my computer. I know the servers aren't down because my friend was playing at his house during this time no problem.

Grrr what should I do? Suggestions? Thanks!!

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#2 acornman37

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Posted 25 December 2010 - 12:27 AM

I finally contacted verizon FIOS support....they refreshed my WAN connection and everything works fine now!




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