Can't use party chat

Router & Modem make/model: NetGear WNDR3400v2 N600 Wireless Dual Band Router

Wired or wireless: wired

Multiple consoles on the same network (Yes/No): no

NAT is strick.  Console has ben put on static IP, in the DMZ, and all xbox ports forwarded to the static IP.  Was able to host parties on XBOX 360 and had an open NAT on it.

Also, my friend's NAT is open so according to the chart, we should be able to hear each other.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to:

The message I get after (…) is displayed is "Your network is behind a port-preserving post-symmetric NAT."

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Bumping this to see if anyone has a fix or a timetable on the fix(Microsoft)

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Hey Hot Glu,
 

Sorry to hear your experiences with Party chat. Here is a link for troubleshooting this created by Mister Ohnaka.
 

Try the suggested steps and reach back to let us know what you find.

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Tried that, that's what made me start this post.  I reset my router and now it tells me my NAT is open and is behind a cone NAT when doing the "checking connection" suggestion from Mister Ohnaka.  

The interesting thing is that sometimes turning on the console, it will say the NAT is strict, but after I do the  MP connection test, it changes to Open.  This leads me to believe the problem is on Microsoft's side and makes me wonder if we can trust what type of NAT the test is telling us we have.

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