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Dec 23 2011
By: SOG_Momo124 First Son 4 posts
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how to have NAT type 2 on the netgear N300 wireless router(WNR2000v3)?

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i currently have NAT type 3 on my router and it will not let me play games like MW3 and Black Ops online. i need a simple easy-to-understand way to fix this, a video would help too, if there is one that has decent quality. i like to have this fixed before my christmas break is over.

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Treasure Hunter
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Re: how to have NAT type 2 on the netgear N300 wireless router(WNR2000v3)?

Dec 23, 2011

Do you have UPnP enabled or are the required ports forwarded manually?

Do you have DSL? If so, you may need to bridge your modem.

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Dec 24, 2011

yeah i have UPnP enabled and i don't know how the port forwarding/triggering thing works out
Can you explain in detail how?

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Dec 25, 2011

If you have UPnP enabled your router should open up the ports required by the PS3 automatically.

I ask again, do you have DSL?

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Dec 27, 2011

i have like hughesNet and we can use internet and the phone at the same time,
sorry im new to all this :/

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Dec 27, 2011

SOG_Momo124 wrote:

i have like hughesNet and we can use internet and the phone at the same time,
sorry im new to all this :/

You might be out of luck, satellite Internet access doesn't typically work very well for online gaming; the latency is way too high.

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