This is a discussion on XBOX One: NAT / Ports set to OPEN (Call of Duty Ghosts) within the Xbox One Games forums, part of the Xbox One Forums category; Xb1 and ghost both said strict and say open idld not go to ports when i first unpluugged router it went mod. then i did ...
Xb1 and ghost both said strict and say open idld not go to ports when i first unpluugged router it went mod. then i did plug an eth. cble and went wired all i know is now i show open so i stayed wired never went back to wireless to check
Google DNS is 18.104.22.168 I believe.
If you have assigned yourself a static IP, and entered it into the DMZ of the router, then there is another issue, as the router should be allowing this traffic through without issue.
there appears to be an issue with ghost itself. I also have a NAT discrepancy between ghosts and xbox one.
All the ports are forwarded for xbox one. xbox one says open NAT, ghosts says moderate.
There must be an unknown port.
Also, putting your one in the DMZ of your router may not be wise.
Hello all, i was having the same issue, i forward ports, dmz the xbox ip and nothing work for me until i read that the problem could be on the outgoing ports.
I have pfsense router, i enable upnp, and set a rule for the outgoing ports to be the same as the origin port ( some routers forward to other port to prevent spoofing ) thats why the xbox identify as strict nat.
i check the status of the upnp and it only open 2 udp ports 3074 and 3075 plus the skype ports. Now everything is nat open x1 and COD.
i hope this helps you too.
Last edited by Fmunoz001; 11-26-2013 at 09:35 AM.
I would advise giving your XB1 a static IP address too and opening the ports for that
Just can't cope anymore. Five days I've been trying to get an open NAT in Ghosts but always strict
Dashboard settings are open
I am using a Thomson Speedtouch 585v6 wired connection to AOL broadband, any offers of help.