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  1. #1
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    KPN Experia Box port forwarding

    Hi,

    Recently I use the KPN Experiabox for xbox live. It says, " ports are closed and therefore you and strict NAT. This can be in the modem settings Experia box the port number of the server client to "Port Forwarding" to give along with the IP address of your PC / laptop. Note however that you include the IP address and not the "Standard Gateway" IP address." Are there users who might have experience?

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    Re: KPN Experia Box port forwarding

    Steps for KPN Experia Box port forwarding are as follows:

    1. Set your Xbox360 with a fixed IP address.

    2. Login to your Experiabox.

    3. Type the following into your browser address: 192.168.1.1 (default IP address Experiabox).
    Default username is admin with password admin. I recommend strongly to the default password to modify.

    4. After successfully logging tab, click 'Advanced Settings'.
    In the left window to "Internet" -> "Address Translation" (NAT).

    5. Make sure NAT. Then click "Port Forwarding".

    The following settings are available;

    Protocol: TCP, UDP or TCP / UDP
    Public Port: Port number on the Internet
    Local Port: port number within the local network
    Local IP address: The local address of a device
    Comment: Note.
    Enabled: This rule is active.

    6. To your good with Xbox360 Xbox Live to communicate the following settings are necessary.

    This requires 2 lines are filled.

    Line 1:
    Protocol: TCP / UDP
    Public Port: 3074
    Local Port: 3074
    Local IP address: The IP address of your Xbox 360 (Xbox360 Enter a fixed IP address)
    Comment: Xbox_Live1.
    Enabled: This rule is active.
    After completing the rule, click Add

    Line 1:
    Protocol: UPD
    Public Port: 88
    Local Port: 88
    Local IP address: The IP address of your Xbox 360 (Xbox360 Enter a fixed IP address)
    Comment: Xbox_Live2.
    Enabled: This rule is active.
    After completing the rule, click Add

    7. After both lines have added, click OK.

    8. Click UPnP in Experiabox.

    9. Login to your Experiabox.

    10. Type the following into your browser address: 192.168.1.1 (default IP address Experiabox).
    Default username is admin with password admin. I recommend strongly to the default password to modify.

    11. After successfully logging tab, click 'Advanced Settings'.
    In the left screen, click 'Internet' -> 'Internet Connection'.
    In the bottom right screen will allow UPnP, enable this.

    12. Click OK.

    The Experiabox to these adjustments will restart.

  3. #3
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    Re: KPN Experia Box port forwarding

    You can also do port forwarding by : Login to your Experia box. Type the following into your browser address: 192.168.1.1 (default IP address Experiabox). Default username is admin with password admin. I recommend strongly to the default password to modify. After successfully logging tab, click 'Advanced Settings'. In the left screen, click 'Internet' -> 'Internet Connection'. In the bottom right screen will allow UPnP, set it to 'Off' if it is on. Ok to confirm the choice. In the left window to "Internet" -> "Address Translation" (NAT). Make sure NAT. Click "Port Triggering", delete the settings here may be put. Then click "Port Forwarding" and also remove all settings regarding Port Forwarding. Then click Exposed Host "and remove any settings here. In the left screen, click 'Internet' -> 'Firewall'. Turn it off by pressing 'Off' button. Confirm the setting at "OK" button. Turn the Experiabox from using the power on / off button on the physical Experiabox. Wait about 20 seconds and turn the Experiabox again. It may take about 1 minutes before you get Internet and phone. Log back in to the Experiabox like you've just done.

    After successfully logging tab, click 'Advanced Settings'. Then click on "Address Translation" (NAT) and secure NAT (Off), confirm the settings with 'OK'. In the left screen, click 'Internet' -> 'Internet Connection'.
    In the bottom right screen will allow UPnP, enable it again, confirm this with "OK". In the left window to "Internet" -> "Address Translation" (NAT) NAT and activate again. Confirm the settings. In the left screen, click 'Internet' -> 'Firewall'. Turn the Fire Waal again by clicking 'On' button.
    Confirm the setting at "OK" button. Click on "Attack Detection" and set it to "Low" or "Medium". I myself have him on 'Medium' stand. Now the Xbox Open NAT for forwarding.

  4. #4
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    Re: KPN Experia Box port forwarding

    If the both above solutions doesn't work, then try this :

    1. Set your Xbox360 with a fixed IP address.
    2. Login to your Experiabox.
    3. Type the following into your browser address: 192.168.1.1 (default IP address Experiabox).
    4. Default username is admin with password admin. I recommend strongly to the default password to modify.
    5. After successfully logging tab, click 'Advanced Settings'.
    6. In the left screen, click 'Internet' -> 'Internet Connection'.
    7. In the bottom right screen will allow UPnP, set as it is off. Ok to confirm the choice.
    8. In the left window to "Internet" -> "Address Translation" (NAT).
    9. Make sure NAT.
    10. Click on "Exposed Host ', enter the IP address on the Xbox360. Comment by can put your Xbox360. Click Add to add the line entry.
    11. Make sure the Xbox360 with a fixed IP address is set, otherwise has no use above.
    12. Click OK to save the settings.Now the Xbox Open NAT for forwarding

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