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Trying to Set Up My Network to Work with Xbox Live


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#1 slyblackdragon

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 10:47 PM

I have been trying with no luck for about a week to set up my home network to work with Xbox Live. I don't know how much you guys know about Xbox live, but when I run a Network Test it tells me that my NAT settings are "Strict" and that they need to be set to "Open". I looked around online and stumbled onto a website that told you to forward ports TCP 80, UDP 88, UDP 3074, TCP 3074, UDP 53, TCP 53 to get it to work. I did that as instructed and it didn't work.

What I want to do is start completely over with everything at factory settings and set this up properly once and for all.

Here is a list of my hardware:
PC running Windows XP Pro
Motorola 2210 DSL Modem (silver one) ISP is BellSouth/AT&T
Netgear WGR614 (v1?)
Xbox 360

My network is set up like this:
Phone Line>Motorola 2210>Netgear WGR614>ethernet to this PC and another to Xbox 360, also 2 PCs and a Laptop on wireless network

Please help, I am about to tear my hair out!

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#2 CaveDweller2

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 01:45 PM

You could put the IP address of the Xbox 360 in the DMZ and it should connect, atleast that way you can play while you look for a solution. I would try the Xbox Live support area. They are going to have the same info people would just post here. No point copy and pasting what you can read yourself.

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