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    NAT strict, fix how?

    To sound a bit better lol.

    I forget how to make my NAT not strict. :P
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    You'll need to futz around with the network settings on your router and modem. I am going to assume that you have a DSL or cable modem with a router attached, and then all computers, your xbox, etc are connected to that.

    Either have your router assign a static IP to your xbox, or manually assign one to it from the dashboard. Then go to the 'port forwarding' options on the router. You'll want to forward TCP/UDP ports 3074 and 88 to the xbox. You'll also need to login to the modem and forward those same ports to the router IP.

    Next, shut off both 'UPnP' and 'DMZ' on both the router and modem as these cannot coexist with port forwarding. If you are confused about any of these terms, do a search online for stuff about networking.

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    I remember doing this kind of stuff to be able to host on a computer game.
    I can get it i think, lemme try :P
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