what game/network is it?? could you post a link to it's website?? have you tried looking for a FAQ or something like that with a connection troubleshooting section??
yes, i was refering to doing NAT with a linux box, the squid box you have would be able to do both NAT and squid without any problems at all... but if you don't wanna do that because you prefer your dedicated consumer-grade router then that's fine also...
since your squid binary is provided by your distributor, it's fair to assume it's properly optimized, but there's still a possibility that a compile-time option you need was left-out... there's also the issue of your run-time configuration... post your squid.conf
here to see if anyone spots something which could be causing your issue... save space by not posting the comments or the spaces, like this:
cat /etc/squid/squid.conf | grep -v ^# | grep -v ^$
Originally Posted by computerdaves
we can do everything we want to except when we disconnect from a game it logs us out rather than dropping us to the chat.
i was actually under the impression you were refering to lag... i don't have a clue what could cause an issue like this... it's hard to even google for help in this case, since we don't even know the game or network you are using...
by the way, are the PCs where you are playing running Windows??