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Strict nat, after down grade of Firmware...


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Any reason, why I would be getting strict nat all the time, since having to downgrade the firmware, due to the issues?

 

My Xbox is DMZ'D.

 

But every time I turn it on, I have to reboot the console from cold, and reboot the router to get it to open.

 

Which is becoming tiresome.



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Shouldn't be a reason that firmware would affect this. I'd make sure upstream hub has XR500 in DMZ with UPnP disabled/port forwarding removed or it's in modem mode. Remove any port forwarding rules on XR500 also.


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Any reason, why I would be getting strict nat all the time, since having to downgrade the firmware, due to the issues?

 

My Xbox is DMZ'D.

 

But every time I turn it on, I have to reboot the console from cold, and reboot the router to get it to open.

 

Which is becoming tiresome.

Dis you factory reset after the downgrade? 






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