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# 226132 21-Dec-2017 20:51
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Hello smart people :)

 

We get a new modem HG659b and connected just about everything but it wont connect to Sons PS4 we go through the connect to internet  but it comes up NAT type Failed.

 

 

 

It was working perfect with old modem but with new one we seen to be having trouble

 

 our UFF provider has said push reset................ nothing happened...........then they said turn it all off and start again........nothing happened, next time they said Oh sorry I don't know much about broadband sorry.

 

 

 

I tried typing in NAT type failed and got scrolls and scrolls of info but I don't know what Im looking for.

 

 

 

Any help?

 

Confused Dad


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  # 1923385 21-Dec-2017 20:51
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  # 1923394 21-Dec-2017 20:53
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first off you should not be connecting a ps4 over wifi! 

 

use Ethernet 




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  # 1923398 21-Dec-2017 21:14
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Sorted! :) just clicked on things and unclicked thing an haven't a clue what Ive done but Jnr is happy :)




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  # 1923399 21-Dec-2017 21:15
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why not over wifi?  and Ethernet I would need ruddy long cable to go from front of house to kids games room


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  # 1923401 21-Dec-2017 21:18
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any serious gamer would never game over wifi 




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  # 1923416 21-Dec-2017 21:22
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He has just started playing PS 4 in past yr so not serious at all.  Games are just a bit of fun for when its raining


 
 
 
 


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  # 1923420 21-Dec-2017 21:26
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Fair 


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