My NAT type is open but i'm still disconnecting from games?

My Xbox says that my NAT is open and so does Ghosts but every game I get into I disconnect it's the same with my other games as well I cant play a full game without disconnecting help?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 182 Applies to:

Hey PiigSIiNSpaaacE,
 

I bet that can be really frustrating and I am truly sorry for that. I have gotten disconnected a couple times and I was on a hot streak that game. Anyway back to the matter at hand. Here is a support article that deals with random disconnects on the Xbox One console.
 

Give it a go and reach back with what you find out.

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None of them worked but I have figured out that when I go away for an hour or 2 and then come back I dont disconnect.

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Is your console wired or wireless? What brand of router do you have? Who is your internet service provider?

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Looking in our Hardware Information Forums I found this. Looks to be a known issue with that device. Port Forwarding looks to be the only solution.

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