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6/29/2020 9:47:02 PM
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still getting beaver errors regularly.../

Do we have any idea when we can expect to see these errors stop happening so regularly, and should I just avoid any PvP activities where I will get banned for something that is not my fault in any way?
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  • Hey there! Beaver is a known error code and bungie is currently investigating.

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    • [quote]Do we have any idea when we can expect to see these errors stop happening so regularly, and should I just avoid any PvP activities where I will get banned for something that is not my fault in any way?[/quote] Still happening, hardly even worth gambit, crucible, or strikes/nightfalls because I’m randomly kicked out at least 1 out of every 3 matches. As I am writing this I just got beavered out of the tower for the third time today as well. This is fun......

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    • BEAVER/FLATWORM/LEOPARD errors are caused by a failure to connect your console to another player's console via the internet. This can be caused by connection quality issues (such as packet loss, ISP saturation, or general internet congestion).

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      • [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/11790]BEAVER[/url] is an error code indicating that you're experiencing problems connecting to other players. Switching from WiFi to a wired Ethernet cable, or making sure your [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Troubleshoot?oid=13610]NAT is properly configured[/url] can help reduce the number of occurrences. Keep in mind that you should only have UPnP enabled, port forwarding configured, or your console/PC in the DMZ; using more than one solution may cause conflicts.

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