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Topic # 65860 7-Aug-2010 17:42
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Hi there i really need some help here..we have a THOMSON TG585v7 from telecom and im abit of a gamer mostley on xbox live..but recently..acutlly since we have had set up this routar im getting error messages on my xbox that my nat is on a strict setting? I am currently running the xbox hard wired into my laptop which is bridged to the net..how the hell o i open up my nat..im no comp wizz so if somone has a answer please me specfic how id go about doing that...id appeatie any comments made!! im teraing my blody hair out!

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  Reply # 364754 7-Aug-2010 17:57
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that modem/router you have is a 4 port wireless so I a not sure why do you have your xbox 360 bridged via your laptop. get another ethernet cable to connect the 360 with the modem/router.

give the 360 a static IP of 192.168.1.100 assuming your modem's IP is 192.168.1.1

give 360 subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
360 gateway IP = 192.168.1.1

360 dns IP = 192.168.1.1

then log in to your modem and find NAT (port forwarding) option somewhere

choose TCP for protocol. for IP put 192.168.1.100 and for port put 3074

hit apply/save. reboot modem/router and try xbox NAT test again.




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  Reply # 364756 7-Aug-2010 18:01
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nah my ip of my routar is 192.168.1.254 does this make any differnce? also the reason i am bridging my connection is because i live under a flat and we only have 1 wireless routar and dont have a cable long enough to reach the routar

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  Reply # 364762 7-Aug-2010 18:16
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watch this for internet connection sharing with 360..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcSsc23dhXc




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  Reply # 364763 7-Aug-2010 18:17
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also im having a hard time finding the port forward option..on the routar there is a game and aplication option..wen i click in it it has several boxs



ProtocolPort RangeTranslate To ...Trigger ProtocolTrigger Port 














No port maps defined for this game or application.














Any TCP UDP
to

Any TCP UDP













wat do i put here...

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  Reply # 364765 7-Aug-2010 18:20
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try the solution in the video first..if that does work then we'll try port forwarding.

buy this tbh. life will be easier, simpler and better.

http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/games-gaming/xbox-360-xb360/xbox-360-accessories-xb360/xbox-360-b4b-00029-wireless-network-adaptor/prod92057.html




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  Reply # 364778 7-Aug-2010 18:38
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ive done wat the video asked me to do..but still trying to open up my nat settings!!

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  Reply # 364781 7-Aug-2010 18:40
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are you getting moderate NAT now or still strict?

try this..

http://www.xbox360forum.com/xbox-forum/threads/72868-HOW-TO-Open-Nat-on-Internet-Connection-Sharing

ps - ICS is gay..buy a wifi adapter or run a long ethernet cable to the router..




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