If your Xbox is having trouble connecting to Wi-Fi or the internet, here are 5 fixes.

You may face connectivity issues if your router and Xbox One are too far apart. Move it nearer to the router or vice versa and check if that resolves the problem. Before attempting anything further, you should probably start with this.

Your Wi-Fi signal may be hampered by physical obstacles like thick walls and other equipment operating at the same frequency, such as Bluetooth devices, microwave ovens, and networking equipment. The issue may be resolved by getting rid of these signal interference sources or by changing the frequency.

The Xbox software can occasionally have bugs that affect connectivity. To see if the console will connect once more, you can try updating it or restarting it.

Router or modem issues are the biggest sources of connectivity issues, and power cycling them can resolve the problem sometimes.