Static Ip Address Problem

First off im no internet expert. I just looked up online and tried to solve my problem as best i could. But i am stumped on this and looking for a little help.

I set up static ip address for my xbox one console through my xfinity router:

[View:http://puu.sh/7y9ey.png:550:0]

I also set up a static ip address for my xbox one: 

[View:http://puu.sh/7y9hU.png:550:0]

Everything works great and i have an open nat until i shut my console down or restart my router.

When i turn the xbox back on after a power down i can't connect to the internet and have to re enter my static ip address every time. it won't save for some reason.

It gives me this sort of ip address [View:http://puu.sh/7y9nf.jpg:550:0] 

and i have no idea what to do.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 23 Applies to:
Answer

Switch your Xbox One back to DHCP.  Then configure your router to reserve an IP for your Xbox One (see the "add device with reserved IP" button in your first screenshot).  When you reserve an IP on your router, it will always hand out that same reserved IP to the Xbox via DHCP.  There is no need to configure a static IP on the Xbox (as you have found, there appears to be a bug with that).  Forward  the following ports to the reserved IP (assuming your router does not have a good, working UPnP implementation) :

88 UDP

3074 TCP and UDP

and if you have COD Ghosts, also:

3075 TCP and UDP

3076 TCP and UDP

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