How To Get an Open NAT for specific routers

If you're having troubles on how to get a Open NAT for specific routers click on the link below.  It will give you a set by setup guide on each specific router.  You would have to first pick your router make, router model, then scroll down all the way to the letter "X" and look for "Xbox One".  It should have a quick guide on how to properly set it.  I have not yet tried this on my router, but will be doing this tonight.  Hope this helps with the NAT settings for everyone.

http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 11 Applies to:

[quote user="cesofd"]

If you're having troubles on how to get a Open NAT for specific routers click on the link below.  It will give you a set by setup guide on each specific router.  You would have to first pick your router make, router model, then scroll down all the way to the letter "X" and look for "Xbox One".  It should have a quick guide on how to properly set it.  I have not yet tried this on my router, but will be doing this tonight.  Hope this helps with the NAT settings for everyone.

http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/

[/quote]There are already threads in the support section of the forums with how to get an open NAT.  Usually by turning on UPnP in your router will also give you an open nat without having to use static ips and port forwards.

Yep doing this and upgrading my firmware got me an open nat. upnp did nothing on my linksys

Just want to say it worked perfect for my BT Home Hub 4. Now my NAT is Open :)