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Port forwarding I have an x-box 360 and my NAT has for some reason gone from open to moderate. My internet provide says it is to do with my phillips wireless router. How do I go back to open instead on moderate.

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Do one thing you go the inside router then select port forwarding and give the x box ip address you get it

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Every time i try to join my friends game it says session is ureachable and it is really annoying. We live at different IP addresses and could connect before. We all have the same DLCs and it is only me...


make sure you and your friends have open NAT, you need to port forward certain ports for xbox live on your router, try to check if ubisoft also has specific ports need to be open. if still the same contact your ISP, they might be having problems.

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Hello. I need to change my NAT type on my Xbox 360 from moderate to open using a Westell Versalink 7500 router.


Hello

Your router does not have moderate or open nat options.

Options that it does have are Public Lan - nat type and Private Lan -nat type.

Your router also has a DMZ feature and port forwarding options.
User manual for your router is available at http://www22.verizon.com/ResidentialHelp/HighSpeed/Networking/User+Guides/User+Guides.htm

To get your xbox live working properly, you can try using the public nat type, if that does not solve the problem, turn on DMZ for the address of the Xbox360. Now if that still does not solve the problem, then you would need to set up port forwarding for all the ports that xbox live uses.

I would personally recommend that you enable port forwarding for the required ports.
Ports that need to be open are
TCP 80 • UDP 88 • UDP 3074 • TCP 3074 • UDP 53 • TCP 53

Together with the user manual and xbox360 portforwarding guides that are available here http://portforward.com/english/applications/port_forwarding/Xbox_Live_360/Xbox_Live_360index.htm

You will be able to get it working.

But since that is a lot of information for anyone that has not used port forwarding before I'll write down step by step how to get started.

First get on your computer, You need to connect to the routers own configuration page. By default this is http://192.168.1.1

So, open your internet browser and write HTTP://192.168.1.1 and press enter.

Now you get a a user and password prompt. the username is admin and the password is password. all lower case.

Now on the top menu, click on Firewall settings.

Now select Port forwarding. more information and pictures on the user manual page 98 and forward. You need to create a new rule or rules that forward the above ports - allow them to be open to the internet for the xbox 360.

Looking at page 112. You would create a new port forwarding service, you need to add all the ports one by one. And the host device would be the IP address of the xbox.

Now the DMZ option will be simpler, that is on page 118. You just need to find the xbox ip address from its network options and put it there, and turn on the DMZ. That will allow all traffic for that machine.

Let me know how far you get. I'll help if you get stuck, sorry if this post is a bit unclear, this is a very small box to write in, I can't easily see everything I've already written here.

Sep 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My router is on, and is hooked up to my verizon modem. My xbox 360 and my computer are both hooked up to the router and all the lights are on but only my computer is working for the internet where my 360...


with verizon, you need to set the modem to full bridged mode so that the connection from your modem will be opened. This certain firewall is called NAT. Your modem and your router has this feature. To disable NAT on your modem, you need to set it to full bridged mode. To disable the NAT on your router, you need to open ports on your router.

You need to open this port on the router for Xbox live to work
TCP: 80, 3074, 53



UDP: 88, 3074

forward it to the ip of your Xbox.

this should set the NAT on your xbox to open, not moderate.

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My ports are not open and my internet say you nat type is moderate


If you have a firewall or network hardware, such as a router, you might need to make a configuration change in order for your Xbox 360 console to communicate with Xbox LIVE. This configuration change is sometimes called “opening ports” or "port forwarding."

Xbox LIVE requires the following ports to be open: • TCP 80 • UDP 88 • UDP 3074 • TCP 3074 • UDP 53 • TCP 53

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NAT from moderate to open (xbox 360)


You need to open ports for that game on your router. Nat can't be disabled, make sure the correct ports are properly forwarded on your router. Contact the game manufacturer for the port listing.

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Network address translation [nat]


Depending on your router, you will need to go to its setup. Go to the link where you can forward ports. (Port range forwarding). Then you will enter the information that you recieved when you called Xbox Customer Support. (Call them for it, it is free) Enter the information and you will be good to go.

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How do i change my NAT setting from strict to open


The NAT usually has to do with a device connected to a router. You cannot change the NAT on a modem, only a router. To change it to open, you have to simple forward ports.

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Change NAT to open


Ok kids... all you hve to do is log in to your belkin 54g at http://192.168.2.1

Find out what ip address your xbox is using and then Click on the DMZportion of your settings on the left hand side of the page.

Enter the xbox's ip address and click the enable box.
Click apply.


Your NAT will now be OPEN!

Cheers!

Mar 24, 2008 | Linksys WRT54GL Wireless-G 54Mbps...

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Xbox live connection: My NAT


its likely your router needs to have port forwarding setup on it, or you could try setting up your Xbox ip address as a DMZ on your router.

however some routers simply wont work, I had a voyager 105 using port forwarding but it still never worked till i changed to a Draytek

post more details of your router and what you have tried.

also you cant go far wrong visiting here

http://www.xboxlivetheguide.co.uk/XBoxLiveTheGuide2.php?department=Home

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