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#100109
Sup dudes,

Here is what ive been told by the guy on portforward. http://boards.portforward.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1333

Now......

Ive googled a website called portfoward.com and they say to first set up a static ip address. http://portforward.com/networking/stati ... tion-3.htm

i go through the guide and test my connection, it able to get the ip address part but fails when testing the interent connection. Im thinking im doing something wrong with the primary and secondary dns servers? maybe i should call my isp like they said but i was able to get 2 dns server numbers from my router's website and i thought those would work for my primary and secondary dns server numbers. I guess not.. so im stuck

After i can get through this static ip address setup, im going to foward the ports... follow this guide. ( different router guide but similar steps)

http://portforward.com/english/routers/ ... A_2K11.htm


Any help would be awesome. I would love to play on an open nat type :thumbup:
#121202
I had this problem with my PS3 too when I used to play MGO and had terrible connection and couldn't host games where people could actually join...

Basically log into your router and enable UPnP, that alone should fix the NAT problem.

If that doesn't work then add these ports: TCP: 80, 443, 5223 + UDP: 3478, 3479.

If both those don't work then here's my guess (long shot but it happened to me): You have a modem that's connecting to your router and your modem actually has a built-in firewall, and your modem isn't set to bridge-mode. Your modem is basically the second wall that's blocking your connection and gives you a NAT problem...
#247689
CrackaJacks wrote:I had this problem with my PS3 too when I used to play MGO and had terrible connection and couldn't host games where people could actually join...

Basically log into your router and enable UPnP, that alone should fix the NAT problem.

If that doesn't work then add these ports: TCP: 80, 443, 5223 + UDP: 3478, 3479.

If both those don't work then here's my guess (long shot but it happened to me): You have a modem that's connecting to your router for 4k streaming and your modem actually has a built-in firewall, and your modem isn't set to bridge-mode. Your modem is basically the second wall that's blocking your connection and gives you a NAT problem...

My wifi connection is slow, How can I get rid of this problem??
#248091
bakerboard wrote:Sup dudes,

Here is what ive been told by the guy on portforward. http://boards.portforward.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1333

Now......

Ive googled a website called portfoward.com and they say to first set up a static ip address. http://portforward.com/networking/stati ... tion-3.htm

i go through the guide and test my connection, it able to get the ip address part but fails when testing the interent connection. Im thinking im doing something wrong with the primary and secondary dns servers? maybe i should call my isp like they said but i was able to get 2 dns server numbers from my router's website and i thought those would work for my primary and secondary dns server numbers. I guess not.. so im stuck

After i can get through this static ip address setup, im going to foward the ports... follow this guide. ( different router guide but similar steps)

http://portforward.com/english/routers/ ... A_2K11.htm


Any help would be awesome. I would love to play on an open nat type :thumbup:


i am looking for the best router which works with dsl/adsl that has good range for 2 floor house.

i would prefer a router that supports ddwrt but its not absolutely necessary
#248092
I have an ASUS RT-AC87U running ddwrt's firmware. I live in a 2FL Townhouse and I get coverage everywhere. Never had an issue with my NAT type with the PS4, no dropped wifi smooth streaming when I do stream on youtube. You should also consider your ISP if you're having poor speeds... can't blame everything on hardware... though the ISP's modem could be an issue too... (I Had the radios in my Xfinity Modem shut off, don't want interference. I run Xfinity's "up to 150Mbps package... more than enough for the house even though for $10 or $20 more /month you can get in between 250Mbps ~ 400Mbps...
#248094
I also live in a 2 floor single home, nothing crazy. I have Verizon fios 1g ISP with their Wifi turned off on their Wifi router they provided. I use TP-Link's Deco Wifi Mesh routers. they work great from the garage to outside near my mailbox. Utilizing a number of Wyze cameras, Yale smart lock, Nest thermo, Ring Doorbell, PS4, Switch, PCs, and a number of Google Home Mini and Amazon Echos. I like the GUI on the Deco app, as well i have setup a Deco Mesh at my parents home using the same app. I can switch between networks and view all the devices data usage as well as assign any devices to a user, and be able to manage each users usage. The monthly reports are nice too. but what Damir said about the speed the ISP is providing to you, will drive the effectiveness of the connection.

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