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Destiny 2 – Fix: Error Code CABBAGE

Destiny 2 – Fix: Error Code CABBAGE

Some players keep getting the CABBAGE crash error due to a mismatch between Destiny 2 and the Internet connection. There are a couple of solutions to resolve the “Error Code CABBAGE” issue on Steam version of Destiny 2. In the meantime, it could work on the error code Lettuce.

How to Fix the “Error Code CABBAGE” on Destiny 2

Method #1

There are those who solve this problem using a different modem/router. So if you have an another modem, you can use it for a test. Maybe you can get a friend’s modem to test it.


Method #2

On your modem/router, you should disable the Security/Firewall.

  • Access the control panel of your modem/router. Type the IP address of the modem in the address bar of the Internet browser and press Enter. Default username and password are usually “admin”.
    Possible IP Addresses
    192.168.1.1
    192.168.1.0
    192.168.0.1
  • Find the Security/Firewall tab on your modem.
  • Disable the security
  • Restart your modem.
  • After that, try to run the Destiny 2.

Method #3

On your modem/router, enable the UPnP feature.

  • Access the control panel of your modem/router.
  • Find the UPnP tab on your router, usually located under the “LAN” or “Firewall”. On my router’s menu (TP-LINK Archer VR600), it is under the “NAT Forwarding” tab.
UPnP
  • Enable the UPnP
  • Restart your router/modem.
  • Launch the Destiny 2. If you still facing the same issue, try the next method.

Method #4

The names of the menus or features may be different on the your modem. Nevertheless, it will be similar to each other, so it helps you to have an idea.

  • After enabled the UPnP, go to the “Virtual Servers” menu that under the “NAT Forwarding” tab.
  • Go to the “Virtual Servers”
  • Add a Virtual Server
  • Type, Destiny 2 to “Service Name”
  • Type 3097 to “External Port”. If your router/modem doesn’t support UPnP feature, type 59936
virtual server
  • Type your computer IP to “Internal IP”. You can find it on your modem or Windows Network Info.
    Navigate to Windows Settings > Network & Internet > Status > View Your Network Properties > Your computer IP is the IPv4 address
computer IP

More info about Ports and Port Forwarding

  • Type 3097 to “Internal Port”
  • Select the UDP from the Protocol list.
  • Click on the OK button to save.
  • Restart your modem.
  • After that, try to run the Destiny 2.

Method #5

Create a PPPoE Dial Up Connection. This method works only on LAN connection.

Windows 10

  • Exit the Steam
  • Click on the Windows Start logo
  • Go to the Settings
  • Click on the Network & Internet
  • Go to the “Dial-up” tab.
  • Click on the Set up a new connection
  • Select the “Connect to the Internet” and click on the Next button.
  • Click on the “Set up a new connection anyway
  • Click on the “Broadband (PPPoE)
  • Type the information from your Internet service provider (ISP)
  • Tick the “Remember this password“.
  • Also, make sure checked the “Allow other people to use this connection
  • Click on the Connect button.

Windows 7

  • Exit the Steam
  • Click on the Windows Start logo
  • Go to the Control Panel
  • Go to the Network and Sharing Center
  • Click on the “Set up a new connection or network”
  • Go to the “Set Up a Connection or Network wizard”
  • Select the “Connect to the Internet” and click on the Next button.
  • Click on the “Set up a new connection anyway
  • Click on the “Broadband (PPPoE)
  • Type the information from your Internet service provider (ISP)
  • Tick the “Remember this password“.
  • Click on the Connect button.

Finally, launch the Steam and play the Destiny 2.

I hope this guide helped you. If the problem still exists do let me know in the comments below.


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Last Updated on 11 December, 2019 4:46 pm EST

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