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Yup, what he said.  I have the R1 behind my fios router. With upnp enabled and upnp forwarding active, the fios router picks up all the ports that the R1 is reserving for any device through upnp or port forwarding rules and opens those ports for the R1 IP address on the fios router (which is ahead of it in the chain).  Works smoothly for me.  Never had a NAT type issue on Xb1

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As said it UPnP forwarding opens ports on the router the R1 is behind if needed. Which is why if you have the R1 in the DMZ you shouldn't need to have it enabled to get an open NAT.

 

UPnP opens ports on the R1 itself automatically for the ports it needs so definitely recommend keeping that enabled.

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