Worlds most confusing networking issue for NAT Type Strict.

I have a major Xbox One issue.

I have a mobile home with an Xbox one in it.

There are 2x signal strengtheners between the mobile home and the main house (with router) in order to get wifi down to the Xbox one.

There is also a modem which the router gets its internet from.

I need a solution to make the NAT TYPE on Xbox one OPEN.

I have tried DMZ, Port Forwarding, uPnP yet my NAT Type is still STRICT, causing online gaming to be a total nightmare.

I suspect that the 2x Wirless Extenders and the Modem both have different IP addresses and/or their own NAT types..

If you can provide a solution then do let me know what it is you'll try and il tell you if I've already done it or not.

Thanks

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 34 Applies to:

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What Country/State/Province do you live in? 
Modem brand & model number: 
Router brand & model number:
How many Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles are connected to this router?: 
Wired or Wireless (for each console): 
Things you have tried: 
Is UPnP Enabled? Yes/No/Unknown:
Do you have a NAT error? If so, what is your NAT type?:
Any Error Codes you encounter: 
Who is your ISP? (Internet Service Provider):


I would like to clarify though, with the use of extenders and the increasing distance between you and the modem there might be a high ping and or packetloss which even if your NAT is open could result in lag

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[quote user="DJXenobot"]I suspect that the 2x Wirless Extenders and the Modem both have different IP addresses and/or their own NAT types..[/quote]Wireless extender is a Layer 2 device which means that it can't make decisions based on IP and routing (Layer 3). For those layer 2 devices that can be configured with an IP address, has one simple logic to them, to be local or remotely accessable for the purpose of management. Therefore, there shouldn't be any routing, or NAT involved in your wireless extenders.

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