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    Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    I just purchased a new Linksys E2000 router; since we have 2 XBox 360's in house. I got a load of the XBox homepage and the E2000 backs Xbox 360. Here is my situation I attempted every little item UPNP on, off, put 1 IP Address in DMZ, port sending all doesn't work. The xbox which powered on first has an OPEN NAT Type, and the second Xbox 360 has a STRICT NAT Type. I'm inquiring how I am able to settle this.

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    Re: Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    I attempted that, but I still got the situation. The xbox which powered on first has an open nat, and the alternate xbox has a strict nat.

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    Re: Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    I don’t think you are able to utilize 2 Xbox at the same time Because Linksys just underpins 1 XBOX around then. Still you could probably attempt to Do DMZ for the XBOX which is not working. Open the set up page of the router by utilizing the IP address of 192.168.1.1. Then run over to DMZ Put in the IP address. Then capacity cycle the whole lattice, see if that aides.

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    Re: Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    I at present attempted to put the IP address of the xbox which has strict NAT in DMZ but still got the situation. The xbox has a static IP address by the way.

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    Re: Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    Then you could probably utilize one exclusive XBOX around then or get some supplemental settings from the XBOX vendor. The odd is that it works for some folks. @OP Getting an added available IP from your ISP may be your just choice.

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    Re: Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    I am influenced this is an issue with xbox/xbox exist-I'm utilizing way runner and E4200 with 02 firmware and there have been different issues joining simply one xbox with the MTU or alternately NAT inform. It worked fine heretofore. I possess the xbox setup as DMZ accommodates and it did not serve some useful purpose. Attempted static private IP and switched to open DNS servers but it was still fizzling. Rebooted router and it had no impact. Now when a hour of fiddling with all settings back to default it works-so it has all the appears of being irregular.

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    Re: Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    With respect to running several xboxes, why could Microsoft or Linksys breaking point what number of you would be able to utilize in a network? Shouldn't the NAT deal with the port asks for you?

    The xbox utilize a static nearby port or something that could need you to have a few open ISP address. Where do you set NAT sort in the xbox? In the event that you might set everyone to utilize interesting ports then a basic port send control might as well give you a chance to utilize both at the same time. Since the routers underpinned different publics then you might unequivocally set a static track. I am astonished that putting one xbox in the DMZ did not help underpin for several xboxes in consideration of in theory that might as well work.

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    Re: Nat type open for 2 xbox360 consoles

    Disable UPnP, is under the management, in your router arrangement page. I make a point not to know why this worked, but settled the situation for me.

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