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1. Log into the router using 192.168.01. or 192.168.1.1 this is done using a browser window such as Internet Explorer or Firefox. 2. go to Application & Gaming 3. In the box on the right column us wan to enter the device ( example: Xbox) 4. you need to enter the start and end port next ( example: 88 and 80 5. then your protocol ( example: tcp ,UDP, or both 6.the IP address if next 7.check enable 8. then save 9.
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Okay so Here is the very simple solution. Go to your router page (192.168.1.254) and select Custom Services. Delete every port opening service you have made. Then Define a Custom Service lets just call it Xbox A and Open ports 80 - 65535 for TCP with the base host port 80 Do tthis twice for both TCP and UDP options. Enable the services on your Xbox (It needs to be Connected and have a static IP adress) It can take about 15 minutes to open all the ports to be patient. Your Xbox also needs to have a static IP adress. Lastly set the routers firewall on low and give it a shot. It worked for me!