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I dont undestand your question to well, NAT stands for (Network Address Translation) examle, your router has a LAN IP address of let say 192.168.1.1 and has a WAN IP address of let say 188.8.131.52 than for the traffic to be able to flow trough the WAN side to the LAN side the router NAT's the traffic from one side to the other, PORTS on the other hand are to let a spesific service trough the FIREWALL on the WAN side to a sepsific machine on the LAN side, since NAT is not a service, I dont think you need to open anny ports in your router's FIREWALL to play or modify a setting in the console. As for the game (I'm not an expert) but i think it uses the term NAT for some sort of filter to filter out un wanted players I think (nothing to do with Network Adress Translation or PORTS)
IF I'm wrong just post a coment!!!
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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