I'd make an excellent judge, I'm very judgemental.
So we mine to get enough credits to buy a FC, so that we can park it at a good sell site, so we can gum up the works and make it impossible to move... this is a big OOF snowballing its way into the record booksThat's what happens when you make carriers easy to get
I don't know if it's a server quality issue. I think it's just an undiscovered issue arising from too many persistent objects, commander traffic, trading overload or some combination of these. I have two PS4s running on the same router here, one which had (finally got free) a high traffic system lockup, and one without problems. When we traded machines, the problem followed the account, (points up the point that connection issues aren't the problem). I think the lack of response might just be due to knowing that this is transient and the techs don't want to form-letter each of us trouble ticket people with the answer. (might help to make an announcement broadcast though)This is what happens when you dont invest in decent servers
AWS does indeed routinely block ICMP at their boundary, at least in my experiencei did a quick traceroute on some of the addresses in the netlog and seems find until it hits the aws in the uk and then seems to die (though could also be that those devices are not configured to respond to icmp.)