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Does anyone have a problem keeping a feed going.most of the time it last like 3mins. any ideas??
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I have never had an issue. It would all depend on not only your connection stability and strength, but that of the other person's as well.
Firewalls, routers, etc could all play a role in a video conference connection issue.

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