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yup, everything. It is getting to the point where I just dont see anything fixing my problems, I am using some stupid att/motorola netopia 3000 router that I think is designed for businesses because att is so horrible we went through at least 5 routers before this one finally worked. IDK if its the router though, I am inclined to say its my computer because my xbox works. I am going to have to do a factory reset on the router because after I forwarded a bunch of ports and stuff http://192.168.1.254 is apparently no longer my routers default ip....

It's one of those things that I could fix if I was in your shoes, but over a forum is a different story.
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It's one of those things that I could fix if I was in your shoes, but over a forum is a different story.

I understand, and I dont think calling our isp will be any help, the customer support for our phone/internet/tv in my area is so bad to the point where it takes weeks of calling the company and trying to find people to fix problems with our stuff. We have gotten multiple rebates and stuff because of all the BS we have gone through with customer support... Its sad, I will do some more research, and if all else fails, I will attempt to call.
 
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I understand, and I dont think calling our isp will be any help, the customer support for our phone/internet/tv in my area is so bad to the point where it takes weeks of calling the company and trying to find people to fix problems with our stuff. We have gotten multiple rebates and stuff because of all the BS we have gone through with customer support... Its sad, I will do some more research, and if all else fails, I will attempt to call.

Hell man, I have tonnes of free time. If you need help let me know. I'm a network engineer by day.
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Hell man, I have tonnes of free time. If you need help let me know. I'm a network engineer by day.

Okay, thanks a lot. I will be sure to message you if I cannot solve this problem soon.
 
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Maybe this helps.The issue is the term "static IP". We have static IP's that are sold to you by your ISP.This IP is also called your public IP as it is the IP the public sees.We also use the term static IP when we assign a non-routable IP (the IP sold to you by your ISP is routable) to a client inside your LAN (these are very typicaly the 192.168.1.1 type (this is just one example of many).The IP's have some critical differences but we call them both "static IP's". Something that will help,it does have some cost involved,nothing extreme but invaluable as a learning tool, is a block of static IP's (provided by you ISP).Then download Untangle and actualy do the work setting up the IP's (for both inside and looking outside your network.You will see how you can make a routable static IP relate to a non routable static IP that exists on your LAN.These are beginning concepts that you would use if you wanted to setup something like a home hosted website.The beginning of your Networking studies.Basic Untangle is free and it is a great tool to use for installing in your head basic networking concepts.It will give you some "hands on" even if it is at the home user level.The exercises you do will be invaluable down the road.I know I did not solve your exact problem but I did suggest a way (in fact the way I used in the very beginning) to getting a handle on networking.You have to work with it a bit for the concepts to stick.
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It was just a static ip created from my computer. It did not work, and I am not just trying to find out why my nat type is still strict for any and every game I have on my pc. Nothing I have done has fixed the problem, and I just dont know what to do. I am losing hope in fixing my nat type issues.
 
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I still have not found a fix, multiplayer is pretty much all I care about, and it isnt even possible with my nat being strict. I have made my ip strict, verified my router has upnp enabled, uninstalled my firewall and antivirus that has a internet guard, uninstalled hamachi which some people said interferes with your nat, I tried what people told me was a dmz, that didnt work. Nothing.

Anyone on here had issues with their gaming pc having a strict nat type? Its been like this for over a month, and I just cant handle only being able to find one or two lobbies for every game I have, even less on some games.....
 
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btw, is there a program or website or anything I can go to that will completely analyze my computer to see if there is anything wrong with my internet settings?
 
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post #29 of 39
I'm not an expert, but you said earlier that the router may be a model made to be used for buisness, so why not get one there that is common and see if it works? The one you have may have some securities that are blocking the servers.
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http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/
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