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Old 01-03-2013, 6:26 PM
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I am using audio3.radioreference.com to stream feed 12991 for Washington County, OR Public Safety. I am having intermittent connectivity issues with that server that originally I thought were on my end but I have since (after spending 3 weeks troubleshooting literally everything in my LAN) determined it is not my LAN. Is there anything going on with that server? I also see the occasional dropped packet during a continuous ping to the server.
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I am using audio3.radioreference.com to stream feed 12991 for Washington County, OR Public Safety. I am having intermittent connectivity issues with that server that originally I thought were on my end but I have since (after spending 3 weeks troubleshooting literally everything in my LAN) determined it is not my LAN. Is there anything going on with that server? I also see the occasional dropped packet during a continuous ping to the server.
I am also on the same server and have not had any issues on staying connected. It has been working solid for me. However I am in a different area than you. Not sure if that would make any difference since it is the same server.
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We're not aware of any issues with any of the audio servers, they're all stable and working fine.

When testing by pinging, I recommend using PingPlotter so that you can see the ping data for each hop along the way to our server, that's helpful in identifying a problem between you and your ISP or between your ISP and one of their uplinks.

Also, note that trying a different port number would have no effect, that's only helpful when you're trying to get around a firewall on your network or at your ISP that's blocking the connection (100% of the time).
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