nat type strict

  1. neusch22

    ISP internet conflicting with router

    My girlfriend and i live at an apartment complex in a college town. internet to the apartment is provided through Armstrong. all we have access to is a wall-Ethernet port, so we have our own personal router. initially, internet was patchy and some websites wouldn't load, even when connected to...
  2. ohknow

    View NAT type without access to router config page.

    OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit, Build 18362, Installed 20190830000737.000000-300 Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8265U CPU @ 1.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 142 Stepping 11, CPU Count: 8 Total Physical RAM: 16 GB Graphics Card: Intel(R) UHD Graphics 620, 1024 MB Hard Drives: C...
  3. B

    NAT type keeps messing up

    The NAT type on my Xbox One changes to strict whenever I turn it off or put it in sleep mode. If I clear the cache and reset my router it goes back to open, but it's a giant pain to do that every time I want to play a game. I use my own router with the ISPs modem, so I have the router in access...
  4. C

    NAT and multiplayer connection problems on Nintendo Switch

    Hi there, I'm having problems visiting my friends island on animal crossing. I looked into this and saw that it could be my NAT thats a problem, I checked and it said F, which is weird because for weeks i've been connecting with different players all over the world no problem with NAT type B...
  5. M

    my tgiinet 1 modem will not work with my ps3 upnp

    please help my upnp on my ps3 keeps Cumming up not available and my nat type is type 2 I have checked my modem every thing is turned on there tried resetting my modem that didn't work tried resetting my ps3 that didn't work you name it I've tried it I tried to do port forwarding but couldn't...
  6. E

    Can't get rid of NAT Type 3 - Strict

    I got PlayStation 4 last time and I have a problem - I have a router TP-LINK TL-WR542G (no DD-WRT) and I plugged Ethernet cable into the PS4. Everything is working fine, download and upload speed is average (faster than Wi-Fi), but there's one major problem here. And that's NAT TYPE 3 - STRICT...