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Router - Modem Configuration for Xbox

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#1 denlec1


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Posted 27 August 2011 - 12:17 AM

360eally hope someone can help, I play Xbox 360 online quite often. Here recently I was not able to connect to xbox live online due to my "NAT" set to strict all of the sudden. So I googled how to fix the issue and added those ports and specifications to my router's IP address. Well at the sametime, I guess I changed something with my modem's settings because I can not get anything to work consistently any longer. I have reset both the modem and the router. I have "bridged" my modem. There were 2 small increments to where I was able to play online but then I get kicked off. I try to then test my connection through my xbox and I get a DNS server can not find xbox servers. DOes anyone know what that error means and why I am getting it. thanks in advance.

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#2 Kalon Wiggins

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Posted 01 September 2011 - 12:26 AM

look up your router model at www.portforward.com and then scroll down to xboxlive settings and follow the directions there.

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