Our xbox live wouldn't work properly saying that we had an incompatible NAT.
The xbox compatible site said to reset the routers NAT to open. I did this and the router page told me to re enter the address to 192.168.2.254 in order to access the router. this doesn't work and the xbox is still saying incompatible NAT.
192.168.2.1 and 192.168.2.2 no longer access the router.
How do I access the router now?
There is no re set button on the router
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It is usually 192.168.1.1 to access that routers interface. To find out for sure:
1.Click on run
2. type in cmd and hit enter
3.type 'ipconfig' in the black box that popped up
4. the 'Default gateway' is the address that will be used to access the router page.
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At any cost do not disable the NAT - because thisis the feature which allows multiple device to work with router
So only option you've got now is to reset the router. It should be at the rear end of the router. Hold onto it for 30 seconds, u'll see the light flash and router reboot
Once you've done with that - configure router and make it work.
And as of for the Xbox Issue try these steps:
1 - Assign a Static IP address in the Xbox: - Go To Network Settings - Configure Network - Change IP settings to Manual - IP Address: 192.168.2.45 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Gateway: 192.168.2.1 - DNS settings to Manual - Primary DNS: 192.168.2.1 Secondary DNS: 18.104.22.168
2 - with any of the Wired Computers - open IE - type - 192.168.2.1 - u'll get the Router Interface - left hand side in the list of options - click Firewall - leave password blank - disable and apply changes - click Virtual Servers; - under enable place a checkmark - description : Xbox, Inbound Pot : 80(if there are two boxes here duplicate in both the boxes), Type: TCP, Private IP: 45, Private Port: 80 - So Similarly fill up the table for these following Ports TCP: 80, UDP: 88 Both(TCP&UDP): 53, 3074
If u've a DSL connection, call ur ISP and make sure ur modem is bridged and the NAT is disabled
maybe instead of nat, set you xbox as a DMZ host. This would be done on the router itself. It will allow the Xbox to bypass the firewall and nat on the router/gateway, and at the same time keep your computer safe.
If your router IS on the list, make sure you have a compatible firmware version (usually the firmware version is written on the router somewhere). If you do not have the proper firmware, you will need to downgrade your firmware (reply to me for instructions on this).
If your router is not on the list, you're outta luck.