Destiny 2 Error Code Marionberry is a result of a faulty network setup. This can be due to a Wi-Fi blip, parental control settings on the router or Windows, a problem with the console, failing hardware, or something else. We have listed the most helpful solutions that have helped users fix this error on their console and PC.
Fix 1: Power Cycle the Modem/Router and Console
Power cycling the modem/ router or the steps to power console fixes a wide range of issues that result due to bad network configuration. Here are the steps to power cycle the modem and console.
- Close the game and power down the Xbox One or PlayStation
- Turn off all your network hardware and disconnect the power source, wait for 1 minute and connect the power. Turn on all the devices including the modem and router one by one starting with the modem.
- After the network devices are aback online, switch-on the console and try playing the game.
- Power down the console.
- Dislodge the power cord from the console once it has completely shut down and let the console sit idle for 5 minutes for all operations to shut down.
- Connect the power cord and restart the console
- Open Destiny 2 and check if Marionberry error still appears.
Once you reconnect the console again to the internet if there is a new update do it. If the game has an update do that as well.
Fix 2: Check Parental Control on Router and Computer
At times, the parental control on your router could be blocking access to the game resulting in the error. So, to check the parental control on the router. Visit the gateway IP, you can find the gateway IP by opening the RUN dialogue. Press Windows Key + R > Type cmd and hit enter. Type IPCONFIG /ALL and press Enter. Copy the IP address next to Gateway.
Paste the copied IP on the URL tab of the browser and enter the user id and password. If you are unable to open it, request the Default Gateway IP from the ISP.
Once on the home screen, you will see several options (this can vary from one ISP to the other, but parental control will be there. It’s advised that you have the online supporting documentation of the device or ISP open). From the options, select Parental Control. Next, choose the option to disable parental control to eliminate the Destiny 2 error code Marionberry.
If your router has an option for Web Content Blocking, select none or No Blocking.
Remove Parental Controls on Windows 7 and 10 to Play Destiny 2
For Windows 7 users > Go to Control Panel > Click on User Accounts and Family Safety > Parental Controls > select off.
For Windows 10 users > Visit https://account.microsoft.com/family/ > Sign-in to your account > Select the accounts you want to remove under the Child and Adult section. Once an account is removed, the parental control will be off.
Fix 3: Change Console DNS
Among all the solutions for Marionberry error, changing the DNS settings has worked for most users. To solve the error, you have to configure the network settings and manually assign a DNS address. You can choose to use the Google public DNS 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11, which is free to use or contact the ISP to provide you one. Here are the steps to input the DNS manually.
For Xbox One
- On the controller, press the Guide button.
- Select All Settings > Network > Network settings > Advanced settings > DNS Settings > Manual.
- Input the Google DNS address in both the primary and secondary fields and restart the console.
- Open the PlayStation and head to the Main Menu and go to Settings.
- Select Network Settings > Internet Connection Settings > Custom.
- Select LAN for cable and Wi-Fi for Wireless depending on the type of connection you are using for the
- Next, select Custom and change the IP Address Settings to Automatic; Do not specify for DHCP hostname; manual for DNS settings, and enter the primary and secondary DNS – 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 -; Automatic for MTU settings; and Do not use for Proxy server.
- Save and Restart the PlayStation 4.
- Play the game and check if the Destiny 2 error code Marionberry still appears.
Fix 4: Port Forwarding
Port forwarding is a fix recommended by Bungie, so it’s worth the try when the above steps have not worked. It worked for a large number of users due to the simple fact that Destiny 2 uses port numbers that are really unorthodox and some routers may not grant permission to those port numbers by default. A simple process of opening the ports – so the communication between the Bungie server and your computer is established – can resolve the error code Marionberry and other related errors such as Bee, Lion, and Fly.
Now, be careful while performing the steps because a simple mistake might make things worse and disconnect you from the internet and you will have to call professional help. So, let’s proceed with the fix to get rid of the stubborn Destiny 2 error code Marionberry.
If you have the necessary permissions, let’s proceed with port forwarding, but first, we have to assign static IP for the Xbox and PlayStation.
Before assigning the static IP address, we need to find the IP address of your device. Let’s find and note down the IP address.
For Xbox One Users
- Push the menu button on the Xbox
- Go to Settings > Network > Advanced Settings
- Navigate to IP Address section and note down the IP Address and the MAC address.
For PlayStation Users
- Start the PlayStation 4 Console.
- From the main menu, go to Settings > Network > View Connection Status.
- Locate the IP address and MAC address and note it down.
Now that you have your IP address and the Mac address, we can set the static IP. Follow these steps to set the static IP.
- Open any browser and enter the Default Gateway number (IP address) provided by the ISP and log-in using your username and password.
- Navigate to settings and activate Enable Manual Assignment option. Under the Manual Assignment option, add the IP address and the MAC address of your console and click add.
- Remember though, the name and the settings can vary from one router to the other so you might have to do a little searching to find the exact options. Type the name of your router + set static IP and you should find some helpful articles.
Having set the static IP, we can now proceed to port forwarding.
- While still logged into the Default Gateway number, find the port remapping or port forwarding section. If this option does not appear in settings, try the advanced settings. Have the help page of the router manufacturer open for support on terminology and steps to find port forwarding.
- Now that you have entered port forwarding, you have to enter the range of the ports you want to open in Start and End or Internal and External. For Destiny and Destiny 2 the port ranges include:
- Destiny 2 – PlayStation 4
TCP: 1935, 3478-3480
UDP: 3074, 3478-3479
- Destiny 2 – Xbox One
UDP: 88, 500, 1200, 3074, 3544, 4500
- Destiny 2 – PC
UDP: 3074, 3097
- Destiny 2 – Steam
TCP: 27015-27030, 27036-27037
UDP: 3074, 3097, 4380, 27000-27031, 27036
Remember to fill the exact protocol – TCP or UDP under the Type of Service Type option. As there is an option to open one port range at a time, do this multiple times until you add all the three-port ranges.
If you are on PC or Steam, please comment for steps and we will guide you.
- The next step is to enter the static IP we created for the console and click enable or ok. Restart the console and router for the settings to apply.
- Check if the Destiny 2 error code Bee, Lion, or Fly has been resolved.
Fix 5: Add Firewall Exception on Router
Sometimes the router firewall could be blocking the computer from connecting to the Bungie server or the packets downloaded from the server. Setting up an exception for Destiny 2 can effectively solve the Destiny 2 Marionberry error. Here is how you can log-into the firewall and set an exception. Open the RUN dialogue box by pressing Windows Key + R > Type cmd and hit enter. Type IPCONFIG /ALL and press Enter.
Copy the address next to Gateway or if you already have the Gateway address, you can avoid the above steps. Either way, you can always call the ISP and ask for the gateway address.
Open a browser and enter or paste the Gateway IP address you have copied in the URL tab and hit Enter. The address looks something like this (example: 192.168.1.2). Once on the homepage, locate the Firewall option, sometimes it can be under advanced settings.
The different service providers will have a different interface, but the firewall settings will be there. Once you locate the firewall, set the exception.
Fix 6: Be Patient for the Problem to Resolve Itself
If none of the five solutions have worked for you the problem probably isn’t on your end and you are not alone in this. A lot of users have confirmed that despite everything being fine with their connection and internet they are getting the Destiny 2 error code Marionberry. If the Destiny servers are down which are causing this error, simply wait for Bungie to fix the problem.