I don't get up and running OR strict NAT

We recently got a new modem from verizon, a Westall A90-750015-07, my xbox is using an ethernet cable.

I found that when I was playing Dark souls I couldn't invade or get invaded, join groups and such, it turns out my NAT was strict or moderate. So I tried everything! Literally! Other than wireless. But I got the settings to give it a static NAT and enabled uPNP. Now, the strange thing is I don't get the error message NOR DO I GET 'xbox live is up and running'. 

I have this status report;

W: 0000 - 000B
X:  0001 - 8005
Y: 20A8 - 4800
Z: 0000 - 0000
ID: FFFF - FFFF

Can anyone tell me what this means? Because I have fried my brain trying to think of anything that could help.

Thank you in advance. 

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 5 Applies to:

Try this!

Open your web browser and go to 192.168.1.1

Click "firewall settings"

Click "static  NAT"

Now from the drop down menu choose the one that is all numbered, ex: 00:22:48:67:3c:3e

Click "enable" on the bottom of the screen.

Read more about NAT-, static IP, portforward issues.

forums.xbox.com/.../7448.aspx

portforward.com/.../A90-750015-07index.htm

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I tried it and still no luck, but thank you for the information there, I read the NAT help guide on the xbox forums before, but I tried what was suggested.

One thing I found weird is when I give it static IP and uPNP but not portfowarding it doesn't say 'up and running' or unable to connect properly. 

I am having this thought that it may have something to do with it being used through an ethernet cable, do you think that a wireless adaptor would solve this issue? Though forking out that money for a game is a bit drastic..  Though it is an awesome game :P

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Using a wireless adapter would not matter. What type of internet do you have? If cable, do you use any splitters between the modem and the wall?

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Hmmm, we have the modem itself jacked to the wall, and that's it, I was starting to think it's the port on the back of the xbox being damage from someone tripping over it, but verizon internet.. hmm, i am not sure if it is cable or not though :s

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Another thing as well, I cannot access the DMZ to make the NAT open, is there anything you would happen to know on that?

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