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failed to connect to streaming server. check your internet connection

  • 15 July 2019
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After many hours of trying to fix this error i still haven't fixed it. I've binded my ip to my local address, ive double checked my stream key and URL and nothing has fixed it. How do i fix this? Thanks


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Best answer by misskaddykins 15 July 2019, 04:56

Hey there,

Can you try out the steps listed below?

  • Log out from Streamlabs OBS, restart the application as administrator and log back in.
  • Double check your stream key if this is still correct.
  • If using Advanced Output Mode and using NVENC/AMD make sure GPU is set to "0".
  • If signed into Streamlabs OBS with Twitch - run the auto-optimizer found in General Settings
  • Please make sure you have 2FA enabled on your Twitch account. https://help.twitch.tv/s/article/two-factor-authentication-with-authy?language=en_US
If above did not work and or if you get the following error: Invalid Path or Connection URL. Please check your settings to confirm that they are valid.
  1. Go to Settings > Advanced and scroll down to the Bind to IP option.
  2. Change it from Default to your local machines. It should begin with 192.168.x.x or 10.0.x.x. (or another combination of numbers).
  3. Try to go live again.
If above did not work and or if you get an error
  1. Go to Stream in Settings
  2. Select a different service than you want to use.
  3. Select the streaming service you want to use again (this reloads the available servers).
  4. Select the server you want to use (do not use auto)
  5. Try going live again.
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Hey there,

Can you try out the steps listed below?

  • Log out from Streamlabs OBS, restart the application as administrator and log back in.
  • Double check your stream key if this is still correct.
  • If using Advanced Output Mode and using NVENC/AMD make sure GPU is set to "0".
  • If signed into Streamlabs OBS with Twitch - run the auto-optimizer found in General Settings
  • Please make sure you have 2FA enabled on your Twitch account. https://help.twitch.tv/s/article/two-factor-authentication-with-authy?language=en_US
If above did not work and or if you get the following error: Invalid Path or Connection URL. Please check your settings to confirm that they are valid.
  1. Go to Settings > Advanced and scroll down to the Bind to IP option.
  2. Change it from Default to your local machines. It should begin with 192.168.x.x or 10.0.x.x. (or another combination of numbers).
  3. Try to go live again.
If above did not work and or if you get an error
  1. Go to Stream in Settings
  2. Select a different service than you want to use.
  3. Select the streaming service you want to use again (this reloads the available servers).
  4. Select the server you want to use (do not use auto)
  5. Try going live again.
Hey there,

Can you try out the steps listed below?

  • Log out from Streamlabs OBS, restart the application as administrator and log back in.
  • Double check your stream key if this is still correct.
  • If using Advanced Output Mode and using NVENC/AMD make sure GPU is set to "0".
  • If signed into Streamlabs OBS with Twitch - run the auto-optimizer found in General Settings
  • Please make sure you have 2FA enabled on your Twitch account. https://help.twitch.tv/s/article/two-factor-authentication-with-authy?language=en_US
If above did not work and or if you get the following error: Invalid Path or Connection URL. Please check your settings to confirm that they are valid.
  1. Go to Settings > Advanced and scroll down to the Bind to IP option.
  2. Change it from Default to your local machines. It should begin with 192.168.x.x or 10.0.x.x. (or another combination of numbers).
  3. Try to go live again.
If above did not work and or if you get an error
  1. Go to Stream in Settings
  2. Select a different service than you want to use.
  3. Select the streaming service you want to use again (this reloads the available servers).
  4. Select the server you want to use ( do not use auto)
  5. Try going live again.


Thanks so much it works