Possible relation to error 3005?

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So of course once i got error 3005 right at the start before even reaching authentication I went through all the possible causes checking ports, what could cause interference etc.
looking through logs in the diablo 3 folder i find this:

2012.05.15 15:32:09.143967000 ACTIVATE APP 1 iconic 0
2012.05.15 15:32:09.146020300 ===== Battle.net Platform : Connect =====
2012.05.15 15:32:09.146681000 ===== Battle.net Platform : Connect =====
2012.05.15 15:32:09.147003300 ===== Battle.net Platform : calling Interface.Connect to Bnet us.actual.battle.net:1119 =====
2012.05.15 15:32:09.260870600 >>> Platform::OnConnected_Internal code=3005 connId=3 address=us.actual.battle.net port=1119
2012.05.15 15:32:09.261476300 ===== Battle.net Platform : Connected to Battle.net =====
2012.05.15 15:32:09.261926000 Battle.net Interface::Connect failure error=3005
2012.05.15 15:32:09.262209300 >>> (no RID selected) ((no hero selected)) OnlineService::BnetService::Logout
2012.05.15 15:32:09.262460600 ---------------- ModalNotificationManager::DefaultErrorHandler : 3005 Player has been disconnected. (Error 3005) ----------------
2012.05.15 15:32:11.250961600 de activate app 0 iconic 0

so its connecting, and then suddenly disconnecting.

then I attempted to boot up wireshark and have a look at what the actual communication between my client and blizz servers are and the result is interesting.
it starts off with a standard tcp communication the packet order is as follows:
for simplicity -> means me to blizz and <- means blizz to me
-> syn
<- syn,ack
-> ack
->psh,ack
<-rst,ack
<-rst

now, it looks to me that my connection is being accepted, and then rejected.

there was no other connection between my client and the server after that last rst except for a successful ping.

-Serp

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