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Teleport Fail


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A teleport can fail for many reasons.

  • You don't have the maturity level required to visit the region you're teleporting to
  • You are trying to teleport to a Skill Games region and don't meet the qualifications to do so
  • You have been personally banned by the owner of the parcel you're trying to reach
  • You don't meet other qualifications required by the parcel owner (avatar age, payment information on file, group membership, etc.)
  • You have a bad internet connection.  Try rebooting your router.
  • You are wearing too many scripts.  Try removing some attachments and HUDs
  • The region is full
  • The region is down
  • Second Life is having problems today
  • Try flying up high, above 1,000 m and try your teleport from there.
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A teleport can fail for many reasons.

  • You don't have the maturity level required to visit the region you're teleporting to
  • You are trying to teleport to a Skill Games region and don't meet the qualifications to do so
  • You have been personally banned by the owner of the parcel you're trying to reach
  • You don't meet other qualifications required by the parcel owner (avatar age, payment information on file, group membership, etc.)
  • You have a bad internet connection.  Try rebooting your router.
  • You are wearing too many scripts.  Try removing some attachments and HUDs
  • The region is full
  • The region is down
  • Second Life is having problems today
  • Try flying up high, above 1,000 m and try your teleport from there.
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No error messages? Usually there is a message if you are banned or not able to enter a destination.

If you are able to teleport some places, but not other places, then it is likely something like "age restrictions" etc. active at the place you can't get into.

If you are not able to teleport anywhere, it is more likely to a system or computer issue. Do you have an external firewall (such as a home router with the firewall turned on)? The Microsoft Windows firewall in your computer is usually not a problem. But router firewalls can be. If you have a router firewall turned on, see the following:
http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Using-Second-Life-with-a-firewall/ta-p/1304539

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"Although the details depend on your specific firewall, follow this general procedure:

  1. Open outbound access for TCP ports - Second Life servers do not establish inbound TCP connections to client systems running the Second Life Viewer software. Instead, they use the "request / response" message pattern. Enable outbound TCP access for ports 53, 80, 443, 12043, 12046 and 21002
  2. Open outbound "session" access for UDP ports- Although UDP is a session-less transport, many firewalls block unsolicited incoming UDP traffic to a particular port unless it has seen recent outgoing UDP traffic from that same port. Activate outbound UDP for ports 53, 3478, 3479, 5060, 5062, and 12000-29999"
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