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How do I do this to enable xbox 360 media center

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1st step: Assign Static to XBox 360

2nd Step: Open ports in DL-524

That should do it.

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

  • Jon White
    Jon White Jan 29, 2008

    I just noticed you asked for the Media Center on XBox 360, my previous step two was for XBox live...

    Here is the link for the XBox Media Center

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Need to open NAT for Xbox 360. Router is a Belkin DIR-628 and has already been port forwarded...


In order to open NAT settings for the xbox 360 you will need to enable Universal Plug N Play [UPnP]

To enable this setting in the Belkin DIR-628:

1. Log into the router
2. Click on the "Advanced" Menu on top
3. Click on the Enable UPnP: Checkbox
4. Click on the Save Settings Button

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How to open NAT for xbox 360


To open your NAT for your xbox 360, you will first need to access your router. To do so, type your router's IP address into your address bar.
if done so correctly, a pop-up will prompt you for a username and password. ex: Linksys router- 192.168.1.1. your username and password should both be "admin", if you hadn't previously set them. you will now need to go to port triggering/forwarding and type the following: 87 to 89 and select UDP for type and enable. next slot: 3073 to 3075 and select TCP and enable. do the exact same for row three as you did for row 2. then go to your DNZ settings and select open, or enable; whichever option it gives you. ... Once you have done this disable any firewalls on your computer and your NAT type should have been changed to "OPEN". thanks for reading and good luck!

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Xbox 360 nat type is strict, how do you fix it


In your Router's administrator configuration, find the UPnP setting and make sure it is enabled.

If this does not fix it, you will need to open ports in your router. You'll need to open the following ports and forward them to your Xbox's IP Address:

  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)

Jan 24, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Better online gameplay xbox 360 open nat type


Hey to open your NAT log into your router and look for a setting called DMZ enter your xbox IP (usually starts with 192.168.1.?) into the DMZ box and enable it.


Good Luck & Game on!!! :)

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Connecting xp to xbox 360 for internet. now it tells me nhat i have a strict nat setting dont know how to change.


There should be an option for AUTO settings. Make sure that is selected and it should fix your problem. If not, post here again and I'll help further.

Sep 22, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Cant have private chat or play games with friends


This should solve your problem

For most devices that use NAT, port forwarding is not required to connect to Xbox Live. This is especially true if you use an Xbox Live certified device. Sometimes, you may have to configure port settings on a non Xbox Live certified router or gateway.

If there is a firewall device between the Xbox console and the network device, you may have to configure the firewall to enable communication on specific network ports. If the NAT status in the Network Status area of the Dashboard is "moderate" or "strict," you may have to configure port settings.

The following ports must be available for Xbox Live to operate correctly:
� UDP 88
� UDP 3074
� TCP 3074

To open the ports on your router see this handy website here,

http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm

which gives you a step by step guide.

Before opening the ports you must give your Xbox 360 a static IP address (manual) be sure to use an IP address that no other item on your network is using and is fairly high up in your range, for example if your router's address is 192.168.0.1 then you should use something like 192.168.10 for your Xbox 360.

You can also enable DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) on your router, which will open up all the ports to your Xbox 360, however NEVER use this on a PC's IP, see your router's manual on how to do this.

Once the correct ports are open for your Xbox 360, then your NAT should say open.

Nov 26, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Opening ports strict nat


The ports will need to be opened in your router, you can also try enabling DMZ


Read this microsoft page, it tells you the ports that need to be forwarded on the router
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/908874


Please read the documentation that came with your router to figure out how to enable port forwarding, if you don't have a hard copy of a user manual, it should be included on a CD and its also available online.

Thank you,
I will fix it!!

Nov 14, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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wmp11 streaming works upon universal plug and play on your router to direct streaming. I have had this problem too. Maybe people do. I found that upnp on my router was always the problem. Make sure it's enabled, and if you have not restarted your router do that. and after you enable upnp, its a good idea to restart it also. I'd give it a 75% chance its a universal pnp problem. Yet if your port forwarding, you might need to disable it, i dont know, i always just used upnp for simplicity. Finally, double check you have a static ip for your port forwards if you continue on that route.

Jan 12, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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