Team member images are broken.

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I am using Version: 19.10.2 (E. 5.0.10) Build: 144 (rev. 9ff98ad). Where the images used to show for other members in a Team conversation, they now show as broken image links. I have restarted both my workstation and the application. Is this a setting I need to change?


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Hey Jason, 

This isn't a setting, something's broken that needs fixing! Please contact support for troubleshooting help! 


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Did you ever get a resolution on this? Mine is also broken. I can't see images on Mac app but I can send them. I can't send them on my phone app but I can see them. My avatar is broken on both.
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Hey Denise, 

Are you on the latest version of the app?
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Yes. But I also have the same issue on app.glip.com
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I have the latest Mac app, the latest iPhone app and the latest iOS on both. I've deleted and reinstalled, signed out and signed back in and nothing fixes it.
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I never did get a resolution, but I did find out that the issue is with my internet provider. When I disable wifi and use my phone as a hotspot for connectivity, everything is fine. 

My internet provider is Xfinity (Comcast).
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Additionally, I cannot post pictures to a Glip chat while on my home wifi. I have to turn off wifi and use my mobile signal.
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Thanks, Jason. I have the same wifi. I'll try the workaround, but I can't use my hotspot for work all day. 
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Same! I work from home and just deal with broken images all day. RC sent me a list of ports (for lack of a better term) Comcast needs to open, but they have no clue what RC is talking about. 

So I'm stuck with broken images. :(
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However, this is new for me. I never had this issue before this week. 
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LMK if you get it fixed. It is super annoying.
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Completely. So far, I've reset my router and then changed my DNS but still didn't fix it.
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I had a guy come in and do something (no idea what) and it worked for a day, then went back to broke. 
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Hey Denise.
Just thought I'd let you know that I was having some wifi issues, so I switched out my XFinity gateway today. Now all the images are showing up. 
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I have XFinity also and I am hard wire connected - not on wifi, and my images have been intermittently broken for months.  I've uninstalled antivirus, rebooted, reinstalled, everything I can think of.  Nothing seems to fix it.
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I wonder if RC could work with Comcast to fix it. This is the ONLY app that has issues for me. 
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Hi Cindy. Looks like you have to disable Advanced Security.

Disabling and Re-Enabling Advanced SecurityYou can disable the Advanced Security feature in xFi by navigating to More and selecting My Services. From here, select Disable under xFi Advanced Security and follow the on screen prompts.
Once disabled, you will lose 24/7 threat monitoring and real-time reporting on your home network.
If you have disabled the Advanced Security feature, you can re-enable it by navigating to More and selecting My Services. From here, select Enable under xFi Advanced Security and follow the on-screen prompts.
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*Credit to RC Jenn for getting me there. :D
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Hi Jason!

Can you confirm if you disable the Advance Security of our network?

Thanks! 
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I do not know what that means.
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Hello Jason!

That is totally fine. You can visit this link on how you disable the Advance Security.
This is mainly for all Xfinity Users.

Please let me know if you have further questions! 
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That did it. Thanks!
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That's awesome! You are welcome and stay safe!