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Slow internet connection to my x-box. Problem

Slow internet connection to my x-box. Problem seems to be my router because when I bypass it everything runs fine. I'd like to be able to run multiple devices at a time and having to switch between my modem and router is annoying. Any help would be apreciated.

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Try to open the ports of the XBox to the EBR-2310 router.

Ports of the XBox: TCP 80, 3074 and 53
UDP 88, 3074 and 53

You'll needing to access the configuration page of the router (192.168.0.1) and open the ports under port forwarding.

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