I was able to Xbox PC app on my Windows 10 computer to chat with other Xbox live friends on PC without any problem. After I restart the device and try to open the app again, it just reports the network error “Teredo is unable to qualify”. I use the xbox live party right, and it also often disconnectes if I join or make a party under my name with message code :0x89231806 the teredo address not obtained. I have to reinstall Teredo every time so I could use the PC app. Anybody find a way to resolve it?
The Xbox PC app always get Teredo is unable to qualify or teredo address not obtained in Windows 10. Re-installing the Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface adapter in Device Manager manually will still cause some unknown problem. You could try the step by step to get rid of that.
* On your desktop of Windows 10 PC, right-click the Start button, and select Command Prompt (Admin) from menu.
* Type the command from the Admin command prompt:
netsh interface Teredo set state disable
and press Enter to disable Teredo feature.
* Right-click the Start button again, and select Device Manager. In the top menu of Device Manager, click View > Show Hidden Devices. Then double click on Network Adapters to expand all items. Locate any adapter name containing Teredo, and right click on it to select Uninstall.
* Re-open the Command Prompt with Admin right, execute the command:
netsh interface Teredo set state type=default
The Windows 10 will automatically re-install Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter.
To get its full status, you could run another command:
netsh interface Teredo show state
If the results show error: none, the issues have been fixed and you could return to use the Xbox app to check if it is working now.