Not had the issue myself either, that's not to say there isn't one though.
All I can tell you is that I've had some connection issues in the past, especially after updates, but after setting up port forwarding I rarely experience them anymore.It's not a network issue it's a widespread issue involving memory capacity / network stability on the server side in heavily populated systems with lots of fleet carriers. But to answer your question yes I humored their advice... And no it didn't do anything.
This may be a console problem... It seems that PC is not having nearly the same amount of issues. Any more PC players having this issue or is this a console thing?All I can tell you is that I've had some connection issues in the past, especially after updates, but after setting up port forwarding I rarely experience them anymore.
In Carrier heavy systems I don't notice any problems.
Colonia is absolutely littered with fleet carriers so I'm not sure that's the issue. Loads on them all around Jacques...don't like it at all.Just stay away from heavily populated systems with lots of fleet carriers and you will be fine...
Sounds right to me but I'm no expert... Getting the same down to a T.Well, to be fair it IS a connection issue.. JUST NOT ON OUR END. I've had a lot of weird 45+ second hangs lately jumping in/out of SC. It's long enough for me to get bored, take a sip of my drink, pet the dog sleeping under my desk, and wonder if I have enough time to get a sandwich.
My guess is it's latency between servers/services on the back end. A particular service needed to properly instance your ship isn't getting information on system resources/stations in a timely manner. With FCs moving around and changing this information, it can't be reliably cached like a standard station. It's probably DB lookups/updates/commits, if I was to take a stab at it ( and not knowing FDs backend architecture ).
Well at least that's something... Maybe the issues will be fixed in this one... Guess we will know Monday.