What Country/State/Province do you live in?
Modem brand & model number:
None, it's just a power supply box for a radio antenna. My internet provider is a WISP.
Router brand & model number: (3) Asus RT-N66U routers.
The first one is set up as a router and the other two are in access point mode.
How many Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles are connected to this router?:
The cat6 from the power supply is going into the WAN port on the first router and then out to the second router with a cat6 cable through one of the LAN ports. The second router has one cat6 cable going to a 5 port switch and one cat6 going to the third router. The 5 port switch has five cat6 cables going to a TV, audio receiver, Xbox 360, Xbox one and another 5 port switch with the same setup.
Wired or Wireless (for each console): Things you have tried:
I've tried wired and would like to keep it wired if possible. I've tried port forwarding, DMZ, port forwarding and DMZ, cycling the UPnP, the bumpers and triggers trick, power saving mode and taking off the router's firewall. After all that I decided to do a factory reset on all three routers and then set them up again. That didn't work so I moved my games to an external hard drive and did a factory reset on the Xbox one. I also unplugged all the routers and hooked the antenna power supply cat6 cable into a 5 port switch. I ran that into another 5 port switch and hooked that into the switch behind my tv. From there I ran it into the Xbox one(3 switches between the Xbox and the internet). That didn't fix the Nat issue either. After that I called my ISP and asked them about a possible double Nat issue. They assured me that the public address that they assigned me runs straight through them with no Nat on their end. I noticed on one of posts that you are supposed to read before you post anything that you can check if you have a double Nat. I checked my WAN IP address on my main router and it was 10.XXX.X and so on. From what I've gathered so far that's a private address and not public one. However, if I Goggle my IP it is not the same as the WAN IP on my router. According to the post I read, that indicates a double Nat. Does that sound right to you guys? If so, what should I do?
Is UPnP Enabled? Yes/No/Unknown:
Enabled, although I tried taking it off for testing purposes.
Do you have a NAT error? If so, what is your NAT type?:
Strict, always strict.
Any Error Codes you encounter:
When I try hold down the bumpers and triggers after the network test it has given me a 0X104004000000000 and a 0X1040000000000. Not sure about the number of zeros at the end.
Who is your ISP? (Internet Service Provider):
Sit-co, it's a wireless provider. Also, a big thank you to anyone who read this far. I'm out of ideas, any help would be appreciated.