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Multiple Console Support

We have confirmed cases where this devices is able to support two or more consoles with Open NAT on this device.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 186 Applies to:

I can confirm 2 Xbox One consoles running simultaneously over ethernet playing Destiny and Dark Souls III with both consoles reporting Open NAT.

I have only had this router for a few days but everything is working out of the box. There are many different subversions of this router, mine is the NETGEAR WNDR3700-100NAS V.5.

I did not have to open any ports or tinker with the router in any way other than the basic setup. I did have to set my modem to bridge (gateway only) mode as it was previously used as a gateway/router combo.

I can confirm 2 Xbox One consoles running simultaneously over ethernet playing Destiny and Dark Souls III with both consoles reporting Open NAT. I have only had this router for a few days but everything is working out of the box. I have heard there are many different subversions of this router, mine is the NETGEAR WNDR3700-100NAS V.5. I did not have to open any ports or tinker with the router in any way other than the basic setup. I did have to set my modem to bridge (gateway only) mode as it was previously used as a gateway/router combo.

never use dmz or port forward if you have 2 consoles. use only UPNP.set filtering to open and disable dos protection.

I have the same issue as RattlingGman96. Any fix found?

How do you get two consoles with Open NAT? I have an Xbox One that is hard wired and an Xbox 360 that is set wireless.  The Xbox One keeps going back to Moderate or Strict after a couple minutes, if I am lucky; usually it stays at Moderate or Strict.  I have the Xbox One set in the DMZ, have Port Triggering set up for all the Xbox ports, I have static IPs for both Xbox Consoles.  My ISP is Windstream (DSL) and have a Sagemcom ADSL 1740N modem. I am not having any issues with the Xbox 360, seems to be only with the Xbox One.