Not only am I using wifi, but my router is upstairs and my Xbox is downstairs. I have a repeater that my xbox is connected to, and I haven't disconnected yet
After reading about so many disconnects..
I'm wired it doesn't change anything!If you are using WiFi on your Xbox one it very well could be your end. It's way better to use a wired connection. I think I have disconnected from maybe three games total... if that.MiloIsTaken wrote:That's ridiculous. Have you read the support forums? It's filled with server complaints. I even decided to write this after getting disconnected for how ever many times today. It's not my wifi either.
May be a bit of an overreaction to getting banned for a couple hours?ll Gewehr ll wrote:Yeah I'm sorry to admit but I'm in the same boat as some of you. I NEVER quit a game especially a Halo game. I'm a Halo veteran and I have been since Halo 2 came out. I'm a diehard fan and extremely loyal to the Halo universe. Never quitting in Halo is my top moral when playing and it always has been, especially when Bungie was in control, they had strict qutting penalties in H3 if some of you can remember. The ban-hammer has always been fierce in a good way, and it's good today just as it was back then.
However, during the last few days I have been kicked out randomly from games and it starts with lagging; almost appearing if I'm teleporting around the map and than bam it hits me and I get kicked out. It's frustrating, even more so if I'm having a great game. I must have several DNF's thus far that I'm keeping record of, and if I ever get banned for the disconnections I would be extremely ticked off.
I don't quit like some may claim, and my internet is quite fine. I win game after game usually, why would I quit intentionally? Just look at my stats, I'm even top 1% in things. This isn't just a case by case basis, there is a server-side problem. So for some of you to say you must be quitting, you're abosoutley ignorant, probably ten years old, still were in your mother's womb when I started playing, and obviously don't understand other circumstances that could be associated with a specific situation.
So, I do hope this matter will be looked into at some point, and it wouldn't only help myself but many others with similar connection problems. If I ever get banned for losing connection and not actually quitting or commiting a serious offense that would be unfair, and ultimately not right. I have no problem going to the 343 HQ over there in Kirkland Washington and requesting to speak to developers. I would request that they pull up a data log of my account and that will prove that I didn't quit intentionally.
Hopefully this will be addressed in the next update.