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piotr1988
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hub 2ac modem mode, portforwarding

hello i have that problem. i have vm hub 2ac in modem mode connected to this asus rt-n66u and for first look it seems to be good. (for example, rainbow six siege NAT open) but if i will portforward any1, even just a one port on my asus for my playstation, NAT in this rainbow6 is changed NAT limited, no good. anyone know maybe why? i cant just use any portforwarding on my asus because it brokes my NAT (for example rainbow6)
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Re: hub 2ac modem mode, portforwarding

anyone?? nothing?
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Re: hub 2ac modem mode, portforwarding

I don't Portforward anything I just let UPnP take care of this.

This is under advanced settings on the RT-N66U main menu.

Goto WAN. Internet connection. Basic Config.

Enable WAN: YES

Enable NAT: YES

Enable UPnP: YES

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Running on 200Mb VM service with SH2 AC in Modem Mode, with a ASUS RT-N66U router. With this setup I get Fantastic WIRED and WIRELESS Signals in my home. I dont work for VM. But I work in IT, and I know my tech.
My advice is at your own risk.
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Re: hub 2ac modem mode, portforwarding

it happens even if i use only vm hub 2ac. any suggestion? if i portforward any port to my ps4 my type NAT in rainbow six is LIMITED
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Re: hub 2ac modem mode, portforwarding

Maybe reset to factory defaults, and get the latest firmware for the RT-N66U.

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Red (VM SH2 AC Beta tester)
Running on 200Mb VM service with SH2 AC in Modem Mode, with a ASUS RT-N66U router. With this setup I get Fantastic WIRED and WIRELESS Signals in my home. I dont work for VM. But I work in IT, and I know my tech.
My advice is at your own risk.
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