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Topic # 225517 22-Nov-2017 19:37
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Just repurchased Xbox Live Gold to use for COD WW2 on Xbox One. Unfortunately, didnt realise NAT settings in my new flat were set to moderate and cant use multiplayer as a result. Tried some port forwarding tips but to no avail.


Using Skinny Broadband Modem: Huawei B315s-607. Any help would be greatly appreciated?





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  Reply # 1905950 22-Nov-2017 19:49
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You cant foward ports on skinny because it is behind carrier nat, so the ports are only going to be open from parts of skinnys network and not the global internet.


If you need incoming connections you need an ISP that gives you a real routable IP address.


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  Reply # 1905952 22-Nov-2017 19:52
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So I'm stuck with a non functioning Xbox Live so? Is there anything I can do bar changing from Skinny cos its in my flatmates name and I doubt he would be too keen on changing?






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  Reply # 1905954 22-Nov-2017 19:59
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Get another connection in your name.



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