You may encounter IPSEC error: 0X89232001 in Forza Horizon 4 if your operating system is missing a number of critical updates. In addition, incorrect settings of the Wi-Fi router and network connection can cause such a code.
Solution for IPSEC error: 0X89232001 in Forza Horizon 4
Before we move on, we recommend taking a look at the page with the state of the game servers Forza Horizon 4. Some players on the network claim that they have an IPSEC error: 0X89232001 occurred due to problems on the servers of the game itself. What to do in this case? Well, of course, wait until the developers figure out these problems.
If everything is fine with the Forza Horizon 4 servers, use the solutions below.
Solution # 1 Update Windows 10
You may encounter IPSEC error: 0X89232001 in Forza Horizon 4 if your OS, Windows 10, is missing a number of specific updates. Plus, the game will simply refuse to work if your PC has an extremely outdated build of Windows 10 or an outdated version of Windows, for example, Windows 7 or XP.
To update your Windows 10, you need to do the following:
- Press WIN + I to open the Options window.
- Go to the Update and Security section, then to the Windows Update subsection.
- Click on the “Check for Updates” button.
- Wait for the update to finish downloading, then restart your PC to start installing them.
- Follow the instructions on the screen and do not worry about the automatic restart of the computer if it occurs.
Once you enter the OS, launch Forza Horizon 4 and check for the IPSEC error: 0X89232001.
Solution # 2 Restart IP Helper
You may see the IPSEC error: 0X89232001 in Forza Horizon 4 if the so-called “IP Helper” has stopped working on your system.
- Press WIN + R to bring up the Run dialog box.
- Add “services.msc” to an empty line in the window and press ENTER.
- Find “IP Helper Service” in the list, right-click on it and select “Restart”.
The note: if the “Restart” item is not available to you, select “Stop”, then – “Start”.
- Close the “Services” window.
Open Forza Horizon 4 and check if the IPSEC error is gone: 0X89232001 or not.
Solution # 3 Removing previously installed updates
Unfortunately, not all Windows 10 updates are beneficial. Perhaps some previously installed update began to actively conflict with Forza Horizon 4, as a result of which you are faced with all sorts of errors. You need to go to the Update Center log and get rid of several previously installed updates.
- Press WIN + I to open “Options”, then – go to the “Update and Security” section.
- Go to the subsection “Windows Update” and click on the item “View update log”.
- Click on the “Uninstall Updates” option to go to the “Installed Updates” window.
- Select the appropriate updates, right-click on them and select “Uninstall”.
- Reboot your PC.
After getting rid of all potentially problematic updates, launch Forza Horizon 4 and check for IPSEC: 0X89232001.
Solution # 4 Use the Fix button on the Xbox network
Forza Horizon 4 may display IPSEC error 0x89232001 to the user if Teredo on the Xbox network fails to evaluate or the server is blocked. In this case, you need to go to the Xbox network section and run the troubleshooter by clicking the “Fix” button. Now more specifically:
- Press WIN + I to open Settings for your Windows 10.
- Go to the Games section, then to the Xbox Network subsection.
- Click on the “Fix” button as soon as you finish scanning the connection status, performance and NAT network type.
- Wait for the fix to finish and see the results.
- Reboot your PC.
Log into Forza Horizon 4 and check if the issue has been resolved.
Solution # 5 Connect to another network
Forza Horizon 4 may show you IPSEC error 0x89232001 if it is unable to connect to its servers. This can happen for a variety of reasons, but some users claim that their own ISP blocked their access to the servers. Connect to a different network (if possible) and launch Forza Horizon 4. Is the game finally working? Well, then you need to contact your ISP and ask him to unblock access to the Forza Horizon 4 servers.
Solution # 6 Disable / remove antivirus
As we have already identified, Forza Horizon 4 connects to game servers at launch. The antivirus installed on the user’s system can interfere with this connection, as a result of which the IPSEC error 0x89232001 occurs. Disable your antivirus to check for this possibility. Has the problem been resolved? Then you need to put Forza Horizon 4 in the antivirus exclusion list, or remove the latter if it turns out to be impossible.
Solution # 7 Using the Command Line
Go to the Xbox network and take a look at the Xbox Live Multiplayer section. Do you see the following messages in front of you?
Teredo cannot complete the assessment. This action may block your ability to play multiplayer games.
This action may block your ability to play multiplayer games.
If you see, then you need to start adjusting the parameters for this very “Teredo”. Here’s what you need to do:
- Right click on the Start menu and select “Command Prompt (Administrator)”.
- Run the following series of commands in the system console:
- netsh int teredo set state disable
- netsh int teredo set state type = default
- netsh int teredo set state enterpriseclient
- netsh int teredo set state servername = teredo.remlab.net
- Close Command Prompt and restart your PC.
IPSEC error 0x89232001 should have disappeared from Forza Horizon 4.