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Wannabe Geek

#153785 7-Oct-2014 18:19
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I'm trying to resolve a port forwarding issues in regards to how my router is dealing with Destiny.

At the moment the PS4 network test is coming back as Nat2 (moderate), but loading up Destiny comes up as Nat3 (strict) meaning no in game comms.


Currently we are using a TG582n supplied by telecom/spark and there are directions for which ports to open within the router, which i think I'm doing correctly.

Destiny Port Range Direction
7500-17899 (TCP) Outbound
30000-40399 (TCP) Outbound
3074 (UDP) Inbound and Outbound

The issue is when i go to apply the specific config, i get an error:
"Error: The port configuration of the game or application conflicts with an already assigned game & application. Assigning this game or application is not possible."

Ill try to embed screen cap (censored) to help illustrate.

Is there something obvious I'm missing? Is there another way to fix the port issue (learn telnet - shudder) or do I need to consider upgrading the router (if that will resolve the issue).

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Game or Application Definition

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Uber Geek

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  #1149423 7-Oct-2014 19:27
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Looks like the PS4 has already put a UPnP port forward in place so it should work fine. In normal situations you shouldn't have to worry about port forwarding on the PS4 if UPnP is turned on.

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Wannabe Geek

  #1149726 8-Oct-2014 10:08
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Does that imply I'm looking at a faulty router? Upnp active but require ports are not being opened.

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