d-Link DIR-300 & jabber

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When using this device there was a problem with qip (jabber part) — throws constantly.
Search engines specific answers are not given. Can anyone encountered this problem and found a solution (besides driving a nail into the dir or "change port" in Jaber)
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Same problem, same router. The problem was when QIP worked simultaneously with a torrent client, disable the torrent when you sit in the QIP.
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Hmm, on DIR-300 are repeatedly faced with the inability to access certain sites (Odnoklassniki, mail), and everything else worked perfect. Cured in two ways — by changing the firmware to a newer with ftp://ftp.dlink.ru or decrease the size of the MTU in the WAN settings. Not tested on other jabber-servers, can them all right? Try both methods, maybe you can help.
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himself the owner of this devaysa — no problems with jabber not, and never was. However, I don't use qip, I had Gupton and jabber on the production server.
And you are sure that the blame for Dlink? Without a router there is no problem?
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www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database
Drive DIR-300, to select the revision to flash.
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To increase the timeout on the router tried? Or qip to put Kipelov?
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If we ignore the problem with incorrect port forwarding remains the MTU is the only thing that comes to mind. Fragmentation occurs tcp packets if their size exceeds the MTU setting on the router.
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Hmm, this device is not turned off for about two years, always in different combinations all running and no problems. View that nibud prohibited on the router ports in the quip, proxy.
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