I've done everything you've suggested, but I've now reached the odd dilemma in which my Xbox One's network settings still show Strict NAT and Double NAT Detected, but every game I've tried shows an Open NAT.
So... Is my console actually in an Open NAT state right now, but it's just displaying the incorrect NAT status?
Edit: Games are now showing moderate NAT, console is showing Strict. How fun.
Since this is an Xbox One issue you could try this solution:
- Go to Xbox dashboard.
- Go to system settings
- Go to network
- Go to advanced settings
- Go to alternate MAC address Clear
- Your Xbox will tell you It will restart.
- Once you have restarted the NAT type should be open.
Originally this guide was for unavailable NAT types, though it could work in this case as well. Please let us know if that helps.
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