Two XBOX360 NAT trouble

I recently upgraded my internet to Comcast cable.
I had DSL before and both of them had open NAT perfectly all the time.
Now I can't both of them open and it's frustrating.
I make one have open NAT and the other will be either moderate or strict.

Internet provider: Comcast Cable
Router: LINKSYS E1500
XBOX1: Wired, elite ed, moderate/strict NAT
XBOX2: Wireless, 2008 ed, open NAT

I've tried port forwarding but I can't get both of them to work. I tried calling my router company, they're useless. Don't tell me to go look at the guide because it's useless too.
Can someone help?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 6 Applies to:

I know you're hesitant to try the guide, but does it say whether or not your router supports DMZ?

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Yes, it supports DMZ

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I have worked with the E1500 and have never gotten it to resolve 2 xbox's with open NAT.  One works with no problem but the second wont have open NAT.

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Should I just return this router and buy a new one?

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That would be my suggestion, the D-link Dir-655 will handle multiple xboxs with little to no tweeking

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If you are looking to buy a replacement router for two xboxes, have a look here:- www.unofficialguidetolive.co.uk/.../63-two-xboxes-using-one-router-internet-connection

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I am currently using 3 Xboxes at once with this router. I bought it for this reason alone and i didn't have to mess with any settings. I suggest not forwarding any ports to your Xboxes and just leaving on UPnP just like the router comes with. Port Forwarding only gives open NAT to the first xbox that turns on that has the ports forwarded.

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Greetings, OhMyGodItsLuis. This thread is quite old. Can you please create a new one for us? Be sure to include a full description of your situation as well as the error code you are seeing and any troubleshooting steps you've tried so far. We'll work with you to get this resolved from there. Thanks very much!

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