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League of Legends Disconnecting Wifi

Hello,

I have a 300mbps xfinity service using the provided modem and router for my internet. When playing the game League of Legends on my computer I continuously experience the game disconnecting and latency spikes during the game regardless if I am over wifi or using an ethernet cable. My modem wifi continuously stays up during the entire time which is strange that the game disconnects me. I have seen several forums about people having this problem but there is no solution that I have seen and am hopeful someone has solved this issue!

 

Yes I have tried restarting my computer, restarting the modem/router, using different ethernet cables, had xfinity service here and even was given a new modem/router and even tried on several different computers. Maybe I need to purchase my own modem / router if theirs causes some sort of small interference?

 

Thanks!

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Re: League of Legends Disconnecting Wifi


@goldenglove468 wrote:

Hello,

I have a 300mbps xfinity service using the provided modem and router for my internet. When playing the game League of Legends on my computer I continuously experience the game disconnecting and latency spikes during the game regardless if I am over wifi or using an ethernet cable. My modem wifi continuously stays up during the entire time which is strange that the game disconnects me. I have seen several forums about people having this problem but there is no solution that I have seen and am hopeful someone has solved this issue!

 

Yes I have tried restarting my computer, restarting the modem/router, using different ethernet cables, had xfinity service here and even was given a new modem/router and even tried on several different computers. Maybe I need to purchase my own modem / router if theirs causes some sort of small interference?

 

Thanks!


 

Given all that you've done so far, have you considered the likelihood that this is a LoL game related issue that has nothing to do with your internet connection? Servers could simply be overloaded by having too many people staying at home and playing.


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