: > [{quoted}](name=ReformedMorde,realm=NA,application-id=6WpmgL9O,discussion-id=5nPlEzQ1,comment-id=0010,timestamp=2019-03-11T20:41:45.369+0000) > > Hey! For the last few weeks I've had major issues logging in, and I still am. When this first started, I got stuck in the loop of reverting to the previous version and updating. So, I clean reinstalled the game. > > When I reinstalled the game, I was still stuck in the loop, but then the game just stopped patching. I couldn't figure out why the game refused to patch, and I went for a few days without being able to play. I clean reinstalled the game on my second SSD, yet the issue still persisted. > > I left the client open over night, and in the morning the game had patched, but I was unable to login because the client was saying I was possibly offline. I tried every solution under the sun for this, and ended up just coinflip restarting the client over and over until it said I wasn't offline. This would take probably 7-15 minutes until the client started properly. I did this for all of last patch. > > My game was unable to patch on wednesday's patch, and I couldn't start the client directly from the last patch's folder, so I tried to clean reinstall the game using a VPN. The game downloaded and patched perfectly, and I was able to log in. Here's the catch, my client will only let me login on a VPN, or trying to coinflip whatever server the client connects to until I get it to work, as I said earlier. > > I believe the cause of this may be because I am on my University's internet, and I can not manually set my DNS: it gets automatically assigned. I have not yet found a solution besides fooling the client by using a VPN. Could I perhaps get some insight on this? > > PS: the HexTech support tool hardly functions and should probably be looked at eventually If you're only able to log into League on a VPN while on your campus connection, I'm going to take a wild guess and possibly think something's been blocked from your campus internet. You may have to reach out to Campus IT in order to get League's Ports opened/forwarded (could be a blocked port) or to get League traffic allowed through a campus firewall (which could also be blocking the game). Do you have other friends on campus that are running into the same issue?
Hey, thanks for the reply! I have several friends on campus who have their game working just fine, and my university has several competitive teams as well. I do not think that this is the case. The game works ok without the VPN after I log in, I just have to use the VPN to patch or log in. I've sent a ticket to support to see if they could help me out, and hopefully we can get this ordeal sorted. Again, thanks for reading my wall of text and taking the time to respond!
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Hey! For the last few weeks I've had major issues logging in, and I still am. When this first started, I got stuck in the loop of reverting to the previous version and updating. So, I clean reinstalled the game. When I reinstalled the game, I was still stuck in the loop, but then the game just stopped patching. I couldn't figure out why the game refused to patch, and I went for a few days without being able to play. I clean reinstalled the game on my second SSD, yet the issue still persisted. I left the client open over night, and in the morning the game had patched, but I was unable to login because the client was saying I was possibly offline. I tried every solution under the sun for this, and ended up just coinflip restarting the client over and over until it said I wasn't offline. This would take probably 7-15 minutes until the client started properly. I did this for all of last patch. My game was unable to patch on wednesday's patch, and I couldn't start the client directly from the last patch's folder, so I tried to clean reinstall the game using a VPN. The game downloaded and patched perfectly, and I was able to log in. Here's the catch, my client will only let me login on a VPN, or trying to coinflip whatever server the client connects to until I get it to work, as I said earlier. I believe the cause of this may be because I am on my University's internet, and I can not manually set my DNS: it gets automatically assigned. I have not yet found a solution besides fooling the client by using a VPN. Could I perhaps get some insight on this? PS: the HexTech support tool hardly functions and should probably be looked at eventually

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