Windows 10 DC++ loses search after a few minutes

Asked by george borton on 2017-02-13

When I first log into a hub I can search and initiate downloads for a few minutes, at most. I am then no longer able to get search results or have downloads initiate until I have clicked "Detect Now" under automatic connectivity settings. Once I do this, the process starts over again.

 Any suggestions on overcoming this issue would be greatly appreciated.

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eMTee (realprogger) said : #1

Some of your detected network settings are changing rapidly it seems. This is pretty unusual.
Can you copy a Detection log and the output of the /connection chat command twice, once after you start DC++ and then when you have to re-detect?
If you paste them here we might learn about what's changing...

george borton (lyinggod) said : #2

I am not sure how this would be beneficial. Supposedly, DC++ is seeking ot the "best" connectivity. The 3 ports seem to change randomly each time the detect button is pressed as NAT-PMP or UPnP seem to be reconfiguring the router during each re-detect. The question is what causes the loss between the Detect #1 and Detect #2?

I am including the information requested in the hopes that someone can see something that I don't

Detection Log Before re-detect

IPv4: Port mapping: Successfully created port mappings (Transfers: 55664, Encrypted transfers: 55665, Search: 52394) on the "WAN Device" device with the MiniUPnP interface
IPv6: All IPv6 addresses found are local; disabling connectivity

Detection Log After re-detect
IPv4: Determining the best connectivity settings...
IPv4: Local network with possible NAT detected, trying to map the ports...
IPv6: Determining the best connectivity settings...
IPv6: All IPv6 addresses found are local; disabling connectivity
IPv4: Port mapping: Successfully created port mappings (Transfers: 55931, Encrypted transfers: 55932, Search: 53406) on the "WAN Device" device with the MiniUPnP interface

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