All evening offline, and nothing until now, not even a post of bnet!
Hey there! Thank you for reaching out, as it can understandably be frustrating to have a technical issue occur when simply trying to enjoy your gaming time. Being unable to connect can have a few causes ranging from corrupted local files to a network-related problem. Try the following to narrow this down further:
- Try a DNS Flush to clear out any corrupted or stagnate data.
- Fully update or temporarily uninstall security programs which may be interfering with your connection to the server(s). More information on troubleshooting security applications here, if curious.
- Test an alternate network such as a mobile hotspot to determine whether the problem is isolated to your current network.
If you’re still unable to connect, please run a WinMTR network test so that we can further investigate the problem. Here are the instructions:
- Download the tool from this page
- In the “Host” field, enter “us.actual.battle.net” (without quotes).
- Start the test and launch the Battle.net Desktop App. Ensure the error occurs while the winMTR tool is running.
- After recording data for about 5 minutes, click “export text” and save the winMTR file in an easy to find location.
- Once you have that made, open the file. You’ll need to copy and paste the contents of the Text document into the post, and put four Tilde (~) marks above the winMTR. It’ll look like this:
WinMTR goes here
If you have issues pasting here, please use Pastebin and post the link (ex: Pastebin (dot) com/123456).
I have the same issue but is something about my IP or something, the only way to log into blizzard app, or even the webpage is between a VPN, so i can log on to my acc and try to write in here. can anybody help me with my issue?
this is with my VPN connected.
Hey Dcode, if you can only connect when using a VPN, this means that something specific to your regular network is preventing the connection. You will need to contact your ISP for assistance determining what is causing the issue to occur on the home network.
Keep in mind that you can request to speak with a “level 2 or level 3 technician” when contacting the ISP, as the front-line representatives typically only have access to basic diagnostics and troubleshooting tools.
I hope this helps!
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