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Well the 3074 port you mentioned, is more of a ported used for games on console. Not party chat itself. On PS4, normally ports 9304-9309 will be used for communication between you, and friends while in a PS4 party chat.


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lilstone87, do you have those ports 9304-9309 triggered/forwarded to tcp/udp? And do those help you with party chat?

I found that if I enable Geo-Filter in a party chat it kills my chat session and gives me a NAT error to everyone in the chat and it forces me to leave. Once I disable ps4 on geo filter, starting a chat party works again. I don't understand what ports conflict with geo-filtering & party chat?

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lilstone87, do you have those ports 9304-9309 triggered/forwarded to tcp/udp? And do those help you with party chat?

I found that if I enable Geo-Filter in a party chat it kills my chat session and gives me a NAT error to everyone in the chat and it forces me to leave. Once I disable ps4 on geo filter, starting a chat party works again. I don't understand what ports conflict with geo-filtering & party chat?

 

I think with the hotfix you installed earlier the Geo-Filter should be ok now. If not, make sure you expand your radius to the world when go to join the party, and then allow any icons that appear on your map.

 

I recommend you do not add any port forwarding rules, just let UPNP do it automatically for you.



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Thanks again Admin! Sim's walkthrough was a lot of help as well.

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lilstone87, do you have those ports 9304-9309 triggered/forwarded to tcp/udp? And do those help you with party chat?

I found that if I enable Geo-Filter in a party chat it kills my chat session and gives me a NAT error to everyone in the chat and it forces me to leave. Once I disable ps4 on geo filter, starting a chat party works again. I don't understand what ports conflict with geo-filtering & party chat?

 

I normally just run UPnP on my router, which will automatically open these ports when you're using party chat.


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Good look lilstone. Thanks.




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