Today is tuesday, and when I started up my xbox, everything began normally, then when I tried to start playing BF3 (Side note, BF3 cannot start from the multiplayer disc; you have to open multiplayer from the single player disc) I disconnected from LIVE
as is normal when starting a game up. However, after this, I was not able to sign back in. So, I used the network diagnostic tool and tried to see where the problem was. It said everything was all right and that I could connect to xbox live. But when I tried
to sign in it froze on the loading sign for a moment, and said "Your connection to Xbox LIVE has been lost. Please sign in again." I tried multiple times with both the diagnostic, and signing in, always with the same results. When I first got my xbox, my router
was on the highest security available, and I had to open the ports that Xbox LIVE travelled through, in order to connect. Unfortunatly, the IP address I set these port openings for were static, and did not change when I had to reset my connection to the internet
(It isn't very good generally, But I'm getting a fast signal today.) So I had to change the settings with the I.P. that my Xbox was connected to (Right now, my xbox and the open ports are set to the same IP.. My internet is performing fine, other than connecting
to my profile. My Xbox Live subscription expires on December 27th, Could that have anything to do with recent problems?
I live in Gig Harbor, Washington
My ISP is Centurylink, The company that recently bought Quest
My router is a Westell, Model 7500
Internal wireless, newer black Xbox 360 250 GB
Yes, UPnP is enabled on the ports that I have open for Xbox LIVE
Thank you for any help you can provide; I will try all of it.