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I am not familiar with that specific MMORPG, are you logging into a dedicated host or is another player hosting the game, if it is another player hosting the game the problem could be on that players end and not yours.
You can try doing a hard rest on your router and then setting it back up, if you write down the old passcode you should be able to manually reenter it into the corresponding block in your router so you do not have to use a new one and setup all your wireless devices again.
It could also be someone else on your network hogging bandwidth" watching videos, downloading a large file"
You need to be well versed in your routers GUI and the make and model. Check out your router, and go to http://portforward.com to find your make and model. Typically, pulling up a browser (Internet explorer) place 192.168.0.1 (or 192.168.1.1 if the previous doesn't work) then press enter works, if your router is Linksys or D-Link.
Here is a step by step guide for Linksys:
1. After you've entered your routers GUI, click the applications & gaming link near the top of the page.
2. IPlay requires
you to forward the following ports: 4990-4999. Enter the settings into the Port range forward menu.
Is there any way to set Call of Duty to exclude you from being chosen as Host, since one side of your link is limited to "dialup" on the uplink side? I have to confess that I am not a gamer myself, nor do I have a Satellite internet connection, but I would hope the game setup has someplace where you could declare your inability to host?
I was having troubles with a belkin router as well. i called belkin tech support and they never helped as they would not accept that the router was the problem. i found i could connect the xbox directly to a modem and it would work fine but when i connected it through the router it would always disconnect from games or not allow me to join a game, only host them, with no one else joining. no matter if i forwarded the appropriate ports, put the specific ip address into the dmz or even turn upnp on (i've tried different combos of each, all on at same time, to even setting up manually) and nothing would change. I found that the router had an option to turn off NAT which belkin told me would render the router useless. I decided to go against them, turned it off and set the ip and dns to go with the modem. Now everything works fine as the router just acts as an expensive multi plug and wireless system. all the computers in the house can connect to the internet at the same time and access eachothers hard drives and i can access xbox live fine with no problems. there is also no lag when playing gtaIV multiplayer with 15 other players. i hate belkin tech support and i will not pay for another expensive multi plug connector from belkin... ever.