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2010-11-25 11:27 AM
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ZenFury wrote: well, i just bought the 3400 to replace the 3300 which was a fail in my book. 3400 is giving me best gaming experience yet, but it always lets first logged on xbox be open, the second comes as moderate. but unlike you, i havent had any issues, the only time i get lag anymore is if the game host has an unstable connection or in black ops, which i guess the whole platform has lag issues.
i can tell you what my settings are if you'd like.
my wired is port forwarded, and the wifi is dmz host. i have upnp on, qos on with the listed rules deleted, added rules for each xbox as highest priority using mac address. both xboxes have manual ip addresses. set laptops to high. do have dos off. i used the fourth option for security, not the last, as it caused problems for both wired and wifi.
thats the basics of what i did, and its the first time i have had a relatively stable connection with my provider (apparently my node has some noise issues)
2011-03-07 09:54 AM
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2011-10-03 05:50 PM
ZenFury wrote: oh, i should mention i put the wireless xbox on 5g and wired on 2.4, if you havent tried that it may help.
2011-10-03 07:16 PM
iamknoware wrote: I recently bought the N600, can you help me configure it like you did. Every time I do the Live test, it keeps saying my Nat is strict. I tried the customer support with Netgear, they were no help. They told me to call Xbox. I thought I might try here first before dealing with 'support'.
My set up is wifi though. I got as far as deleting all the rules, but didnt know what to put in for the Port numbers...
2011-10-03 07:32 PM
ATLCardsFan wrote: I bought the same router yesterday and I also have a PS3 and a XBOX 360. So far I'm not seeing issues with the ways its set up. The way I have my router set up so far has my NAT on my XBOX "open" and my NAT on my PS3 is "moderate". I have UPNP enabled and I use the "Address Reservation" feature in the router to make sure my gaming systems always get the same IP address (leave your gaming systems set to receive the IP automatically which is DHCP). Then I enabled "Port Triggering" for the ports that you need to open. My port triggering list is below:
# Enable Service Name Service Type Inbound Connection Service User
1 COD TCP:3074 TCP/UDP:3074 Any
2 COD2 UDP:88 UDP:88 Any
3 COD3 TCP:53 TCP/UDP:53 Any
4 COD4 TCP:81 TCP/UDP:81 Any
5 COD5 UDP:443 UDP:443 Any
6 COD6 UDP:3075 UDP:3075 Any
7 COD7 TCP:3478 TCP/UDP:3478 Any
8 COD8 TCP:5223 TCP:5223 Any
9 Torrent TCP:45346 TCP/UDP:45346 Any
I am told by manually setting an IP on your gaming systems you will never get them to be "open" NAT. I am still tweaking settings and if I can get them both to be "open" NAT at the same time, I will report back. Hope this helps
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2011-12-08 05:54 PM
sabretooth wrote: Turn off the 5Ghz band all together
sabretooth wrote: If your phone can access the admin pages of the router, then you can do what you want. If not, use a PC.
2011-12-09 05:32 PM
sabretooth wrote: Yes uncheck the 5 Ghz band under Advanced Settings
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