NOT AN XBOX ISSUE - how do I open the NAT on Pace 3801HGV ?

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NOT AN XBOX ISSUE - how do I open the NAT on Pace 3801HGV ?

My NAT has always been OPEN until a couple of days ago, when it changed to STRICT by itself. I'm not having any XBox issue here, just trying to open my NAT on my PC.

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Re: NOT AN XBOX ISSUE - how do I open the NAT on Pace 3801HGV ?

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Follow these directions to open ports 3074 TCP and UDP, and port 88 UDP to your XBox:

https://forums.att.com/t5/Residential-Gateway/XBox-Live-problem-2wire-NAT-is-not-open/m-p/3449081#M9...

These directions are for the 2Wire routers. If you have a Motorola 2210, NVG510, or NVG589, the instructions will be different, but you're still attempting to accomplish the same thing -- open ports 3074 TCP and UDP and port 88 UDP to the XBox.

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Re: NOT AN XBOX ISSUE - how do I open the NAT on Pace 3801HGV ?

As I clearly stated in the post title, this is not an xBox issue.

Now I don't know if you are suggesting that the ports are the same even if I need to open the NAT for any PC connected to the router and not, I repeat NOT AN XBOX.

Thanks.

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Re: NOT AN XBOX ISSUE - how do I open the NAT on Pace 3801HGV ?

The only times I have heard of the phrases "open NAT", "strict NAT", etc. are when discussing XBox Live. If you have a PC application that is using these terms, then we obviously need to know what PC application it is. Any solution will be specific to that.
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Re: NOT AN XBOX ISSUE - how do I open the NAT on Pace 3801HGV ?

Call of duty - Modern warfare II

Thanks.

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Re: NOT AN XBOX ISSUE - how do I open the NAT on Pace 3801HGV ?

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According to this (and a few other pages I found, this was the first), you need:

 

  • UDP 1500 (outbound only, no forward needed)
  • UDP 3005 (outbound only, no forward needed)
  • UDP 3101 (outbound only, no forward needed)
  • UDP 28960 (inbound/outbound, must forward to act as a multi-player host, but no forward or inbound traffic needed to find and join games)

 

I found another site that additionally lists TCP: 27015 as well.

 

 

 

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