Xbox one connected to live, can't play online (NAT problem)

Hi, I've had this problem for about two days and I'm going to tear my hair out. I've reset my router, done everything I can think of. My xbox one is connected to xbox live. The connectivity is great. I can download things and stream stuff in a flash. But I can't play online on any game. ghosts, assassins creed, battlefield 4, they all tell me their servers are down, or I'm not connected to xbox live. I played call of duty ghosts online once, then after that' my NAT was set from open to strict. Any ideas?
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 10 Applies to:

It might be that you have too much going on you Wifi to have a stable connection. Try limiting items while playing or directly connect the system to the router.

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Oh i have problem like you dude but i use port forward change NAT from Strict to Open

but i can't play Multiplayer on Ghost and BF4

when i test multiplayer connection it have error massage " can't finish multiplayer test "  

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you must use port forward with your Ip i give this link portforward.com/.../static-ip-xbox-one

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also you may need to manualy enter the info in you settings (DNS) you can just look online or call your isp but the DNS is one of the leading causes of your problem. what kind of router are you useing?

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