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Connection to Xbox one NAT cone

How do I get rid of a NAT cone 

 

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Xbox One NAT Options

There are three NAT options within the Xbox One configuration. Each of these are specific to your particular router and network setup.

Open – Your network is behind a cone NAT.
Moderate – Your network is behind a port-restricted NAT.
Strict – Your network is behind a port-preserving port-symmetric NAT.




Offline System Update Diagnostic Tool on Xbox One: http://bit.ly/1e8bSs3
Network ports used by Xbox Live on Xbox One: http://bit.ly/1dCNLm0
xBox Support: http://bit.ly/1lE2QrK
Xbox One operating system versions and system updates: http://bit.ly/1NiJS1j

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SonarUK wrote:

Strict – Your network is behind a port-preserving port-symmetric NAT.

That would be a No Port Preservation port-symmetric NAT.

symmetric NAT using the word symmetric is misleading and is made more confusing in that it can start off as Port Preservation and then not be.

http://www.netmanias.com/en/post/techdocs/6066/nat-stun/nat-behavior-discovery-using-classic-stun-rf...

 

 

 

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