XBOX One: NAT / Ports set to OPEN (Call of Duty Ghosts)
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Suggest u update to home hub 4 as this at least takes u to moderate rather than strict.
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Originally Posted by mount66
do you have the newest firmware in your thomson? Do you have public ip? Did you try port forwarding, and what ports? Do you try dmz? Have you set to static ip your xbox? Do you have upnp enabled??? Did you disable the extended security feature? Did you set your game options in upnp as server? Do you have disabled parental control and content filtering? Did you set you firewall to disable ????
its very important that you dont have dmz and upnp or port forwarding active at the same time, just try one at a time.
once al set, restart you router and your x1 ( full shutdown) if posible disconect from power source.
Xbox Live requires the following ports to be open:
Port 88 (UDP)
Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
Port 80 (TCP)
Port 500 (UDP)
UDP Port 3544 (UDP)
UDP Port 4500 (UDP)
also add for COD UDP port 3075
hope this helps.
I sorted my xbox one nat type and it is now Open. though cod ghosts is still showing moderate nat .... could it be cos its played via the cod servers now and not a human host???? Whatever , i think cod ghosts is bloody poo tbh & not as good as BO2 >>>> the colour pallets are awfull even on the xbox one ... i hope they bring out a game thats made soley for the next gen consoles soon....
I was having problems with Nat types for xbox one ....
i configured my BT Home Hub 4 for the XB1 and i got open Nat on XB1 but not on Cod Ghosts on XB! ...
SO i then put my XB1 in the DMZ in the HOME HUB 4 .... I didnt change any more ports or turn off my upnp>>>.
now i have open nat on XB1 and open nat on cod ghosts on XB1 !!!!!
brilliant ... took me all day to sort but got there .... it can be done !!
Ive tried almost everything.
Originally Posted by Fmunoz001
The Thompson has quite a simple interface for configuration. I've looked for firmware updates but failed on that front too. I've tried all the ports you listed, except the last one 3075, not seen that one before. Will try that when I get home as that seems the only one that this COD specific
Another problem I seem to be having is latency times. Through my PC, I can get pings between 30 and 50, however using the XB1 to do the detailed network diagnosis, my reported speeds for d/l & u/l are reduced and my latency jumps to over 150ms
Also, have they introduced the dedicated servers yet?
Hi bud i had the exact same problem i opened these ports from this page and it worked . i now have open ports
Originally Posted by DrTekno
Port Forwarding Ports List - PortForward.com
the latency problem its not from your network, you measure your latency with certain server almost all test check multiple options and make the test with the closest to you, the latency you are having is measured to the xbox servers.
Originally Posted by mount66
i just fix the problem at my friends home with the same router that you have, the exact steps i made:
Connect your cat5e cable to xbox
set your x1 to fixed ip
reset to factory your thomson
configure your internet settings
enable dmz to the x1 ip
check all configs are correct
turn on your xbox ( before was unplugged from outlet )
ill wait for you reply.
In the Thomson config pages there is no dmz, also I have yet to reset the Thomson to factory as I cannot remember the password for the DSL connection.
Originally Posted by Fmunoz001
What exactly is the issue with having a Strict NAT since I am still able to play. How will an Open NAT be different
Another thing, in 6 years of Xbox live gaming I've never had a problem with any networking issues. Even COD Ghosts on the 360 worked flawlessly.
Get the new hardware and nothing but grief, what has XB1 Ghosts changed to cause these problems.
I now know that it is definitely a problem at my end. I took the new console to my daughters house and used her connection. Just plugged it in and played, but I did have a moderate NAT on both dashboard and in-game, so was a slight improvement.
You should still be able to play ok with it strict,
But the games will only normally put you with people who have a open Nat so it's a smoother connection.
But it could give you problems if people are trying to join your game they may have connection problems
I was having problems trying to get a open Nat on my XB1 it stayed strict or moderate.
I had my XB1 set to a static IP an my router (sky hub) with a IP address reserved for the XB1's Mac address with the ports opened so everything should have been fine but no it was still showing strict.
So what I did to get it working was I kept my mac address reserved on my router but deleted all the ports settings for the XB1 (5 in total)
And then on the XB1 I set all my network settings back to automatic and then turned the XB1 off.
Went back to the router and re added the port numbers to the reserved IP address.
And once I had restarted everything it was open, not sure why this worked but may be worth a try for someone!
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