Error 80072ee2: I have tried everything to log in to xbox live. Been going on since update!!!

I have done everything that xbox has told me to do to access xbox live. I repeatedly get the error code 80072ee2. I have opened all the required ports, and UPnP was enabled. And nothing. Contacted my isp and they said that the problem is on xbox's end. The internet works fine with all other devices. I hate that xbox refuses to take responsibility for the issue and continues to tell me it is my isp's fault. I really need a solution.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 7 Applies to:

Greetings SavagecatGT!

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Greetings SavagecatGT!

Did you try your xbox as sole device ?

Turn off all other devices and try it then.

So we can get your problem a bit isolated

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Are you using WiFi between the router and the Xbox?  

If so, do you have a Turtle Beach or MadKatz wireless headset?

If so, remove it from the Xbox and retest. If that solves the problem, put the headset's transmitter on a USB extension cable and move it further away from the Xbox.

 

If you do not have a wireless stereo headset then check for a baby monitor, X-10 transmitter or cordless landline phone base station within 3'/one metre of the Xbox,

and if there are such, move them further away.

 

The 80072EE2 code indicates wireless interference, definately not an ISP issue.

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thank you so much vibroplex!!! this actually worked

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