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  1. Hello I'm having this problem for quit some time, but it didn't matter until now... Before I only noticed this problem more on Steam, when I launched it always failed to connect, just at the second try I could open steam. But now, I moved my FreeBSD server (VirtualBox) to a VPS and when I try to connect (using PuTTy) the first attempt always fails, but the second is successful (if it is executed as soon as the 1st fails, otherwise it won't work), the same happens to the database (on the same server) when I connect using Navicat, first fails, second goes (same as SSH), but one of the most annoying parts is the game server, just after a few tries I can login... But, even when it's already connected if I don't touch that program for a while (PuTTy or Navicat, and even the game) I need to reestablish connection. I refresh the table or try to enter a database it fails, I try to write something in PuTTy it stays there a few seconds and just after that shows what I wrote, on the game is the same thing... As funny as it may sound, with FileZilla I don't have any problem to connect, it goes always at the first try... This happens with various programs, like Spotify too... I already tried to disable Windows Firewall, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (and recently I installed ESET Internet Security, so the problem is not there)... I had a program called Windows Firewall Control (I think the problem started when I installed this) but I already uninstalled this program (and it's definitions) but nothing changed... Is also not in the routers, since my other PC is connected to the same router and I don't have any kind of problem... I'm running on Windows 10 Pro x64 with all the updates. Network cards: Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller and Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 Someone knows something else that I could try? Thank you
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