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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008

Good post (detailed) but topic has been thoroughly covered by many others.  Do a search on NAT2 and you will find alot of good threads on NAT.  Also like another poster mentioned you might want to add the DSL (router/modem) resolution as well.

 

Here is a thread ballman77 started with a few good links and posts from others.

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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008

schu70 wrote:

Good post (detailed) but topic has been thoroughly covered by many others.  Do a search on NAT2 and you will find alot of good threads on NAT.  Also like another poster mentioned you might want to add the DSL (router/modem) resolution as well.

 

Here is a thread ballman77 started with a few good links and posts from others.


ill see if i can do something bout the router/modem thing

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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008
I added soem info!
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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008

CheckMatey wrote:

schu70 wrote:

Good post (detailed) but topic has been thoroughly covered by many others.  Do a search on NAT2 and you will find alot of good threads on NAT.  Also like another poster mentioned you might want to add the DSL (router/modem) resolution as well.

 

Here is a thread ballman77 started with a few good links and posts from others.


ill see if i can do something bout the router/modem thing


 

Quick summary:

 

(1) Alot of DSL subscribers still use PPPoE - you need to remove the username and password from the ISP provided router/modem combo...then add that information to your personally owned router.

 

There is another option too (turning your personally owned router into just a swtich; turning off DHCP and plugging the router/modem into a LAN port versus the WAN/internet port)

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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008

I went home last night and check the Type setting on my PS3 and it said it is Type 2.  Funny thing is that I didn't open up any ports on my WCG200 linksys g gateway/router/modem.  very odd indeed.

 

should I still go ahead and open up the ports?  I was playing motorstorm last night and I wasn't sure if people were talking or not ... I see their name in the upper left hand screen.

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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008
ahh prob UPnP DMZ and u should for max connection
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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008
ok someone please help me. My ps3 use to be NAT 2. My ps3 stopped reading disks so i sent it in for repairs. I get it back and hook it back up only to find that i can't connect to the internet. i look around to see that they've changed my settings from wired to wireless. I changed it back to wired and set everything up as before. I can only get NAT 3 now. I've tried automatic. I've tried manually setting it up with static IP. I've opened the ports. I've tried setting it as DMZ. I've tried disabling the media server connection. Nothing seems to work. I've went through this tutorial step by step but i can't seem to get back to NAT 2. Please help.
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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008
guess u gotta bridge your modem and router call your ISP
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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 18, 2008

I am not getting this, but when I try to put in 3658 my router keeps telling me port conflict with another service yet I have no other port forwards or triggers for 3658.  I'm using a Netgear WGT624 btw. 

 

 

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Re: NAT Type 2 Tutorial

Jun 19, 2008
If you need any more help Matey, feel free to send me a message and I'll gladly help...





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