AT&T decides to kill the Xbox One experience

If anyone has recently been having network difficulties on the Xbox One and is a U-verse subscriber here is the reason why.  Anyone with a 2-wire modem should be aware of a recent firmware upgrade that was released disabling tunneling (Teredo IP address) ability to use IPv6.  There is a simple fix they say for this, which is for you to pay $100 to upgrade to the Motorola NVG589 for the price of 100 dollars.  They want you to pay for a new modem, because they broke the old one.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 16 Applies to:

Microsoft please convince them to fix this.

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is there any way t0 fix this

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I have an open NAT and how do you edit posts

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Just so you know, IPv6 with Att does not currently work properly system wide. There are some backend issues. Getting a NVG589 is not going to fix it. Also IPv6 is not even needed to connect to Xbox live. Having fully functional IPv6 right now is just a personal choice and is not a requirement. And one other thing about the NVG589 is that it does not have UPnP built into it. Getting an open Nat on Xbox one can be difficult for people!! I know this because I have the NVG589 and the IPv6 has to be disabled on it for things to work properly, until Att fixes the backend issues.

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