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Wed, Dec 19, 2018 6:42 PM

Port 443 used for dvr can't use for ps4

The  title  pretty  much  said  it  all  I can  open  all  nessesary ports  for  my ps4 but  one  which  conflicts  with  uverse dvr

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2 years ago

Hello @Mctwist311

Check out this thread here that can help with the issue you're having with PS4.

Let us know if it works for you.

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2 years ago

Hello @Mctwist311

That port is used for U-verse services and internet access.

What are you trying to do or having trouble with concerning your PS4?

Charles, AT&T Community Specialist

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2 years ago

OK I know you guys use it that is the issue port 443 is required by ps4 in order to achive an open NAT type

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2 years ago

This  is  not  a solution to  the  problem  as  weather  it  is  through  my  own  personal  gateway or  direct  through  yours  when  both  Devices attempt  to  communicate  through  the  Same port  a collision  occurs  causing  packet loss. The  modern  itself  has a ps4 listed  under  application allowed to  pass  through  firewall then  cannot  be  enabled due to  the  conflicting port.  Yes  installing  my  own  router and  connecting wireless  ap to  modern  will  trick  the  ps4 into  an  open  NAT  but  will  cause  data loss  when  both  devices  try  to  communicate.

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