I have had the original xbox one for years and have not encountered the teredo issue which has to do with not being able to find the IP address. Since I upgraded to the Xbox One X it is like the internet and this console don't like to talk all the time. I have done port forwarding, messing with UPnP, and other options found online but while I have minimized the issue to only occuring 1-3 times a day....it still occurs.
Does anyone have any advice on how to fix this entirely aside from the typical google information answers?
Any advice is greatly appreciated!
The one thing that comes to mind is if you're WIFI is broadcasting 2.4 & 5 ghz on the same SSID causing them to flip between the 2 sprectrums or if they're only 2.4 chipsets in the Xbox side. I don't have an X but I have a Nest and it only works on 2.4 so, I usually alocate 2.4 for that and my wifi printer and everything else connects to 5ghz for speed and the fact that the printer/nest can't connect to the 5g signal at all anyway.
Well, the diagnostics CC runs collects info from the device and checks for anomalies. Rebooting is usually a first step but, stability issues isolated to a particular OEM in this case Microsoft should have some sort of explaination as to why. On the Xbox is there any logs or anything that might give some insight into what's happening? It might just be the wifi card inside the xbox having a fit for some reason.
I just looked up some replacement options and how to's on these things and that's an odd WIFI card w/ a single antenna and some modular power connection instead of a normal PCIe connection. Before zooming in on the wifi card it kind of looked like you could slide something better into its place but it's all soldered on a single board.
The good thing is those cards are cheap for replacement at under $20 if needed. I can't really say what the issue is though from one gateway to another it shouldn't matter as they're all 802.11 compliant and certified. Could always piggy back a cheap router off the modem and connect to that instead. Your own private XBOX SSID!
Yeah this morning it was all 5 GHz clients. I meant to say that. I tried a Mac, PC, and Android at various ranges, including sitting at the same desk. Maybe I just notice it more often on the Xbox. Of course all she would do at that point was schedule a tech, so we'll see what happens tomorrow. What peeved me is I don't think she ran any tests or diagnostics at all, just rebooted, and I had gotten transferred to a WiFi tech before and got disconnected, so this is after I had to call back in.
Been doing a lot better lately since I installed my own router and put the Xbox in the DMZ.