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Open nat on Netgear router WGR614v10

Discussion in 'Networking' started by crazyirish112, Jan 3, 2011.

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  1. crazyirish112

    crazyirish112 Thread Starter

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    hi
    I have a netgear router model wgr614v10 and a ATT motorola modem. I've been trying everything to open my nat so i can get my xbox live to work better. I've tried portforwarding, enabling UPnP, enabling DHCP, and more. Can anyone help with my problem. Also i'm not the best at this stuff so if it was easy instructions that would be perfererred.
     
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    ya I've tried portforwarding all of those ports and nothing happens.
     
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    Did you also look for something like:
    " Remove the checkmark from the Block Anonymous Internet Requests checkbox. "

    Please double check all the configuration steps. Port forwarding is what should get the job done, if you configure it correctly.
     
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    the problem is it is setting it up on a linkys router and everything on there is pretty different from the netgear. Is there a portforwarding page for a netgear router?
     
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    okay i updated my firmware too, but on the portforwarding website it says that i can't forward these ports without having a static ip for my computer.
     
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