Have you tried joining General chat? That seems to resolve the 3007 disconnections for many. The error is a generic 'connection lost' error, so there could be any number of causes. For people disconnecting within the first 5-10 minutes and very consistently, joining General chat seems to be a successful workaround.
For those people it looks to be an issue with how the game sends data, and how some specific routers work with it (or in this case, don't). It's likely a router support issue we can attempt to mitigate from our end, but it'd be through a patch at some undetermined point in the future. What we need to do now, and ask for your assistance in, is troubleshooting the issue from the user end to try to find a workaround in the mean time.
If joining General chat does not resolve it, again, it's going to be a process for our tech support team to work with you and try to find the cause for your issue. [url="http://www.battle.net/support"]Battle.net/support[/url]
I had the same problem but I only changed my options and now it's working.
My 2 friend were playing on the same router and they didn't get this error.
Then I have check her options.
I've changed the fallowing options:
1) At laught, only active transfer case in download preference.
Let the first case blank.
2) In general options, active the 2 cases in video options
Only with that, I didn't get the error 3007 no more!
Are any of you guys testing to see if it's your router as Bash has said it could be an issue there? There are numerous posts where people have stated by opening certain ports on their router, they can play.http://us.battle.net/support/en/article/diablo-iii-network-ports-informationYou could also throw your pc into the dmz just to test. If the dmz allows you to work no problem, then it is your issue with your router, not Blizz's fault.A little research goes a long way. Instead of making 8million threads, threats, and complaints.
05/18/2012 06:09 AMPosted by thecoalitionYou could also throw your pc into the dmz just to test. If the dmz allows you to work no problem, then it is your issue with your router, not Blizz's fault.
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