Huawei B593u-12 NAT Type Strict

Good day all,

 

i'm thinking of killing my router and then suicide after..!

i'm experincing some issues with my Huawei router, which i couldn't find an update or setting for it neither in the web nor here in New Networking Hardware Information Forum .

my NAT type: strict. and i tried the DMZ, port forwarding and every possible way to solve this issue but without succeed at all !

I'm living in Saudi Arabia.

Network operator is Zain

 

What Country/State/Province do you live in? Saudi Arabia/ Eastern Province.
Modem brand & model number: LTE CPE B593u-12.
Router brand & model number: Huawei.
If Wireless, are you using a white or black external adapter, or an internal (Xbox 360S) adapter? when connecting to a wireless, i does connect directly to the router. 
Things you have tried: DMZ, PORTS FORWARDING AND UPnP.
Is UPnP Enabled? in the router page it's clicked on! and it seems to be working. but still not sure! .
Do you have a NAT error? If so, what is your NAT? Yes i do, It's strict....
Any Error Codes you encounter:
Who is your ISP(Internet Service Provider)?  Zain
After you run "Test Xbox LIVE connection" press “Y” for "More Info”. In the pop-up that appears, what are the following values, if shown? 

 

W: 0000 - 000B
X: 0000 - F001
Y: 20A8 - 4860
Z: 8015 - 1918
ID: 0007 - 0002
L: 0015 - 10F0
Q: 8007 - 0435
T: Wired
D: **********
S: **********
C: **********

 

 

Thank you very much in Advance

 

Question Info


Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 94 Applies to:

Hi

So just to be clear you are only using the LTE CPE B593u-12 and no other router?

Could you access the LTE CPE B593u-12 and look at the WAN/Internet/4G/LTE connection and tell me if the ip address starts with 10 or 192 or 172?

Just to be clear this is the WAN ip address not the LAN ip address which will  be 192.168.1.X

Please do not post the whole ip address just confirm the first few digits thanks

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Yes sir,

mine just like this one but black color: [View:http://www.4gltemall.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Huawei_B593-4G-LTE-CPE-Broadband-Router1.jpg]

yes i can login to router adress by http://192.168.1.1. then, (user name/password)

After login  and under the status you can see that;

* INTERNET the IP starts with 10.***.***.**

* LAN  the IP is 192.168.1.1

* WLAN the IP is 192.168.1.1

i hope that this is what you are looking for.

thank you

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It is, thank you :)

Unfortunately that confirms what I thought would be the case. Your Internet provider is using "private ip addressing" instead of "public ip addressing" this means that they are already NAT'ing within their network  before the connection gets to you, then the router NAT's it again meaning a "double NAT"

There is nothing you can actually do yourself (config wise) to resolve this, you really need a "public ip address" from your ISP. Could you contact them to find out if they can supply a public ip address instead of the 10.****** address they are supplying?

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your help is really appreciated..

now i can rest in peace :)

Cheers

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Could running a VPN through a laptop fix this?

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