How to Fix Halo Infinite Connection Issues? Try These Fixes

# 1. Check the Server Status of Halo Infinite

Before you proceed with the following fixes, we recommend you check the Halo Infinite server issues first. If there is something wrong with the game servers, Halo Infinite can’t connect to server. Here you can check the Halo Infinite server status via the official support Twitter or the Downdetector site.

# 2. Restart Your PC or Console

If Halo Infinite can’t connect to server, the simple and quickest way is to perform a restart of your PC or console. By doing so, all the temporary cache and glitches can be cleared.

  1. Select the Restart option from the pop-up menu.
  2. Relaunch the game and see if Halo Infinite not connecting to server issue gets solved.
  3. Press the Xbox button at the front of your console for about 10 seconds to turn it off.
  4. Unplug the power cable and wait for 30 seconds.
  5. Re-plug the power cable and press the Xbox button to turn on the console.

# 3. Check Your Internet Connection

The Halo Infinite connection issues are often related to network connections. If you have a weak internet connection, then the game may fail to connect to its servers. So, we recommend you check the internet connection.

# 4. Close All Bandwidth-heavy Apps and Services

If the “Halo Infinite disconnected from local network” issue still occurs, you can try closing all bandwidth-hogging apps and services in Task Manager. Here’s how:

# 5. Try a VPN

As it’s well known, the Internet Service Provider may limit your bandwidth during peak hours and trigger some connections issues and lag spikes like Halo Infinite connection lost. In this case, you can consider using a VPN.

# 6. Switch to a Different DNS Server

Some users reported that they managed to fix the Halo Infinite connection issues by changing the DNS server. Here you can try switching to Google Public DNS. For that:

# 7. Check the NAT Type

If you find the “Halo Infinite not connecting to server” issue occurs when the NAT type shows “Teredo is unable to qualify”, you need to change the NAT type to Open. Here’s how:

  • netsh int teredo set state type=default
  • netsh int teredo set state enterpriseclient
  • netsh int teredo set state servername=teredo.remlab.net

# 8. Reinstall the Game

If the Halo Infinite server issues persist after you try all the above fixes, you may have to consider reinstalling the game. Right-click the Start menu and select App and Features or Programs and Features, and then select the game from the list of installed programs and click on Uninstall. Once uninstalled, you can re-download a fresh package from the game’s official website and install it on your PC.

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