Xbox and NAT
So again i was good for a little bit by going to advanced settings and changing to an alternate port selection. But not i have STRICT NAT all over again. And before the comment to change the NAT to common.... YOU CAN'T. I've seen that be considered an answer on multiple of these. If you say this is for gaming, why is it not? Speed wise, it's perfect for it, NAT wise. Well, not gonna happen.
From what I've seen, you need the port forwarding which isn't allowed for the Fixed Wireless people. So, what's the deal?
Do you have to call to get them to enable it for you? I doubt it but i don't know what to do. It's so wishy washy. "Today, we'll let you play, But tomorrow... it's not gonna happen. Or the next day. Or the next day. Or the next day." So any piece of information, to the fixed wireless people? Because i see "Answers" but not real one's.
3 years ago
As more and more days go by, the solution to our problems seems to be to find another ISP.
We have a thread full of us with latency and packet loss issues here: https://forums.att.com/conversations/att-internet-equipment/fixed-wireless-high-packet-loss/5e193b06758fed77cf876d2d
Not a single post from anyone at AT&T in there. They closed someone else's thread about it (https://forums.att.com/conversations/att-internet-features/fixed-wireless-internet-high-packet-loss/5df03242bad5f2f60646b023), so we know they read these posts. THey are just ignoring them or can't help.
I just want to stress that this is not the fault of the AT&T CSRs or other employees that read these posts. They probably can't say or don't know the real issues/policy changes behind the problems but the copy and paste instructions to reset our routers or disconnect everything but one computer are not helpful.