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    Problem with live security chat

    I keep getting a timeout message when I try to connect to http://services.antionline.com/. Is anyone else having this problem or is the live chat temporarily offline? TIA.
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    I'm having the same problem. Don't know why.
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    Well, I'm currently using mIRC as my standard access to AO irc, and it's working.
    However, I tried loading http://services.antionline.com and it is still loading (will most likely time out soon), so it could be that there is an issue with that server, ie, service is temporarily offline...

    /me checks http://services.antionline.com ... Yep, timed out...

    I asked people in the chat if they were connecting through the java page, no-one who responded was...

    it seems that the java page is down for some reason....
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    Th java page is down since yesterday or even before... I couldn't get in using Java, reinstalled JRE cause I thought my box was the error, but I alos did get time outs... the page is blank...

    However since yesterday, I use Trillian to connect to the chat.
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    Looks like we'll just have to wait for JP to fix the problem...
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    IRC has 2 servers:
    services.antionline.com
    antichat.cmu.edu

    The java page loads through services.antionline.com. If you connect through mIRC, trillian, etc, you normally point at irc.antionline.com. irc.antionline.com will send you to whichever server has a smaller load. services.antionline.com is probably down, and everyone in chat is using antichat.cmu.edu. The java page is supposed to go to cmu if ao is down, but doesn't always do it.
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    but only for your enemy\"
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    yea im having the same proble with services.antionline.com
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    AntiOnline Senior Member souleman's Avatar
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    I just checked it.... services.antionline.com is down. I don't know if JP is working on it or what, but he is afk. everyone online right now is connected through cmu. In other words, you can't use the java client, but you can still use any other program. Just make sure it is pointed at irc.antionline.com and you will not have a problem.
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    hmmm...ok so it's not just me....just installed 1.3.1._02...thought it was the upgrade...

    get a

    java lang.classnotfoundexception: chat class

    error...
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    The Java interface is working for me now!
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