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try turnig off all restrictions related. like , S.P.I. (statefull packet inspection) and try setting firewall setting for the address of the Xbox to "DMZ" . check setting of M.T.U. in router, adjust it to 1580
Actiontec Gateways and Routers are compatible with the Xbox. However, it may be necessary to forward the ports used by the Xbox, in the Actiontec Gateway or Router. Without Port Forwarding, the Xbox Connection Test may report a "NAT" rating of "STRICT" or "MODERATE", rather than "OPEN".
It is also explained below...
The NAT is set to the actiontec modem/router so the next troubleshooting is to open the ports of the XBox ports 80, 3074, 53 TCP and 88, 3074, 53 UDP. To allow the XBox on the network using your modem/router.
your other router has to have the following settings:
1) it's IP must be on the same subnet as your actiontec. The subnet is the "third" number in the ip address. So if your actiontec has ip of 192.168.1.0, your other router must have IP of 192.168.1.XXX where xxx is some number other than 0.
2) the dhcp server of your other router must be turned off
3) you must run a lan cable from a lan port on the actiontec to a lan port on the other router. Note that the internet/wan ports are NOT used on either router for the purpose of daisy-chaining routers together.