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Solved: Trouble changing my NAT type.

Discussion in 'Networking' started by jamesb92, May 5, 2010.

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  1. jamesb92

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    Hi there, sorry if this seems like an obvious issue but all other answers I've found from websites haven't worked for me. Apparently my NAT type is not open, and I would like it to be as I use Xbox Live. On my old D-Link modem router I did not have this problem but now I am on a wireless D-Link DSL-G624T. I have tried enabled UPnP on the router as other people have told me this fixes the problem but I still get the message from my Xbox saying my NAT type is closed/strict.
    Thanks if anyone can help.
     
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    bump. would really appreciate some tips. thanks.
     
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    Thanks:D that seems to have done the trick!
     
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    Glad we could assist. ;)
     
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