You’re right. But the issue is probably in communicating with some of Zwift’s servers. Could be a glitch at their end, but more likely something on your side, particularly if it wasn’t just a one-off. It’s possible that you could see the login servers but not, say, the ones for your game world. Once you’re logged in you can completely disconnect from the internet and Zwift will work just fine except that you won’t see any other riders.
I have exactly the same situation. Just even changed our modem, did somes tests and our internet connection has never been faster. Yet still I get 3 connection disconnected messages / zwift session. Very strange.
Everything else works great…
Too be honest, I’m still have then issue from time to time, but mine seems to be a bandwidth issue. Even though I am connected and seem to have good tranfer rates, there can be no other riders or it says connected at the top of the screen.
Don’t know what the solution is but I just rise and take it as it comes.
Yep same here. Doesn’t matter if I’m streaming something else or not. It just intermittently will say “connection disconnected” for a few minutes, and then it will go away for a few seconds and riders will reappear. And the cycle continues.It just started doing it all of a sudden and nothing else about my internet has changed. Same speed, same router, etc. All other devices and their internet speed are working great.
Cheers! I grant myself the freedom to reply here even though I´m not the original poster. Thanks for informing about this site where the log file can be analyzed.
So I´m having this situation here, where every race I attend has two elements of suspense: 1) How will the race go? and 2) Will the connection drop out, ruining the race? I feel like about 1/3 of every race I do ends up with connection lost, and me burning all my matches in red zone while being disconnected to try and keep up with the group. This usually happens after racing for a while. Which makes it even more annoying. Pretty bad for motivation
I would be very grateful if someone who knows how to read analyzis of log files could point me in some direction here. Is it the router, is it the bandwith, is it Zwift? Here comes the link from todays sad ride:
(For some reason, I cant include links in my post, so i put an X before the link, hope someone will do the extra job and copy the link and take a look )
Welcome to the communities, @Oyvind_Emblem.
I can’t help you directly, but I’m also interested in better understanding and interpreting the data visible in zwiftalizer, so am hoping someone more knowledgable will step in.
The forum software automatically blocks new participants from having active links in their first few posts in order to limit the amount of non-Zwift-related spammers. Here’s your link in clickable format: