Ghost Recon Wildlands Beta: Receiving Ribera-1000B Error? Here Is How To Fix It

Ghost Recon Wildlands Beta: Receiving Ribera-1000B Error? Here Is How To Fix It

The Ghost Recon Wildlands beta is now open to all, but some players are experiencing issues when trying to connect to the game’s servers. The error in question is “Ribera-1000B,” which seems to block people out of the open beta. The good news is that the resolution is relatively straightforward.

To resolve this issue, fans will need to open up some ports on their router, and if applicable, allow the program access through any firewalls. We have a compiled list of ports that need to be opened if you are running into connectivity issues (Thanks to Reddit for some help):

TCP Ports: 80, 443, 13000, 13005, 13200, 14000, 14001, 14008, 14020, 14021, 14022, 14023, and 14024.
UDP Ports: 3074, 3075

If you are not technically savvy, there is a handy guide at PortForward.com for most types of routers and configurations. This will guide you through the process step by step on forwarding TCP/UDP ports.

Ubisoft is working hard to resolve these issues, but the purpose of the beta is to expose and address any issues that appear before the game’s official launch.

Ghost Recon Wildlands officially launches on March 7th, 2017.

  • Dustin Anderson

    Not entirely accurate, my xbox is completely open (DMZ) and I get this error as well.