3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 28, 2013 7:19 PM by SavageHam RSS

    is anyone getting a lot of nat type moderate recently?

      i haven't done anything to my router, my connection type shows type 2, my black ops 2 shows type open, but for some reason my ghost shows moderate since last week

        • Re: is anyone getting a lot of nat type moderate recently?
          allular

          Yes, even with xbox in dmz. I disabled then re-enable and open again. Still getting "your profile was signed out" frequently though

          • Re: is anyone getting a lot of nat type moderate recently?
            SavageHam

            Hey Jaliy,

             

            Restarting the game may have refreshed the connection and thus changed your NAT type. NAT types are directly linked to your means of port configuration, though it can help. Having a static ip address will help to create stability on your connection and prevent you from having to reconfigure your ports again. Power cycling your router can help as well. Port configuration is just a means of how to direct the incoming and outgoing data. UPnP will automatically set you to forward data to the most commonly used ports. Port Forwarding is a manual configuration in which the data will travel to the assigned ports. DMZ will open all your ports. Should you choose to Port Forward, the following port number may come in handy:

            Steam Ports:

            27000-27015, 27015-27030, 4380, 3478, 4379, 4380, 1500, 3005, 3101, 28960 UDP

            27015, 27014-27050 TCP

             

            PSN Ports:

            80, 443, 465, 983, 1935, 3478, 3479, 3480, 5223, 10070-10080 TCP

            3478-3479, 3658, 10070 UDP

             

            Xbox Ports:

            53, 80, 3074 TCP

            53, 88, 500, 3074, 3544, 4500 UDP

             

            Call of Duty Ghosts Console Ports:

            80, 81,443, 3074, 5223 TCP

            36081, 3074, 3075, 3478 UDP

             

            Call of Duty Ghosts PC Ports:

            1116-1150, 28910 TCP

            1116-1150, 5165, 27900, 27901 UDP

             

            Hopefully, that helps and clears that up for you!


            Thanks,

            ^AJ