Can someone help me open my nat type; it's on moderate

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I have this error report when I tested my xbox live connection. I can't connect to some xbox live parties because mine is on moderate.

I have a wireless adapter. THe modem is in another room. Should I turn it off and restart it... I'm not very sure

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I edited this image here, because I don't want  disclose m full  ip adress.

Is there any relevant info that I'm missing so I can get help trouble shooting here.

This is my first post, so thank you.

 

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Hi bro im gonna give u a link go there forums.xbox.com/.../1625236.aspx

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Greetings MUON!

Appreciate if you could post up the make and model of router and your modem as well (if this is not a single device).

Include any troubleshooting steps you have tried so far, so we don't post up solutions that you have already tried.

Also, state whether you connect multiple xboxes to the same router Internet connection, or just one

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Sorry guys...

I have a netgear router.

model: B90-755044-15

It's just one xbox 360...

I have a wireless adapter; rotuer is in my dad's room: I use wifi

dad's computer and rotuer----------my computer, with xbox in room

we got a few lab tops lying around too

Details from my router website:

  Protocol   Start Port   End Port   LAN Port

  TCP/UDP   88                      88                              88

  TCP/UDP   3074   3074   3074

I can't access my firewall settings.

portforward.com/.../XBOX360_Call_of_Duty_-_Black_Ops.htm

Should I restart it  ? Should I reset the password ?

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Is the Netgear B90-755044-15 deployed by your ISP (Internet Service Provider)?

Who is your ISP?

Just to rule out the possibility, if your connection are behind a Large Scale NAT (LSN) architecture, could you access the web-uitlity interface of your Netgear gateway and see if you can find the WAN/Internet IP address, which is the address assigned by your ISP.

Take a note of the WAN/Internet IP address and go to http://checkip.dyndns.com/ 

Now, if this 'Current Address' don't match the WAN/Internet IP address that you see on your Netgear, then you're in a topologie that involves multiple levels of NAT. Multiple levels of NAT, or double NAT, don't support UDP (User Datagram Protocol) over NAT traversal.

Instead of Port Forwarding, have you tried to setup your Xbox in the DMZ of your router?

Post back and let us know how that goes.

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My ISP is AT&T..

my wan adress is 70 . . . (won't t say the entire address )

ROuter IP adress is 192 . . . (same reason )

It's different...

I don't know how to setup the xbox in the dmz of my router....I have to look that up. I'll try that.

I'm looking that link ....mot too sure whhat I should do from here.

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[quote user="D4RKxMUON"]my wan adress is 70 . . . (won't t say the entire address )[/quote]Is this the current address that you see when you visit http://checkip.dyndns.com/ Just a simple Yes, or No will do.

[quote user="D4RKxMUON"]ROuter IP adress is 192 . . . [/quote]Could you confirm that you're looking at the Internet IP address aka WAN IP address and not the LAN IP address.

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A "192" IP address typically indicates private IP address. Several combinations of octets have been reserved for private use (aka, to be used by the router) and are not available as public IP addresses. Taidara is correct in making sure you are not used a double-NAT setup. If you're able to confirm a yes to his question, it might be worth seeing if the problem occurs while using a wired connection.

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@taidara

 internet ip address  is : 70.230.200.xxx

This is the adress when I click on the link. (above)

lan is : http://192.168.1.xxx

I'm looking at web page of  my router.

I'm not too sure how I can confirm this.

Should I show a screenshot or something...

I'm using a wireless adapter, because the router is my dad's room.

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[quote user="D4RKxMUON"]lan is :192.168.1.xxx[/quote]
The LAN (Local Area Network) is the "area", or network where your computer(s), console(s), smartphone(s), etc. connects to and (in your case) are being segmented from the Internet. For any device, (endpoint) on your local network, that needs to communicate to a host "on" the Internet, are required to have its private address translated by the NAT and mapped to an external address. This external address (in your case) should be the address facing the Internet and is thereby made public. You can also refer the external address to WAN-, (Wide Area Network) -or Internet -IP address.

[quote user="D4RKxMUON"]Should I show a screenshot or something...[/quote]
If you prefer to do so, make sure you blur, or omit the last two octets. The word octet has the same meaning as the word byte, where an IPv4 address consists of 4 octets or 4-byte, or 32-bit.

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