PS4 BT HOME HUB NAT ISSUEs

Advanced Warfare PlayStation 4

  • Hi All,

Was hoping you helpful bunch could help me out.

I am living with my Fiancees mum as we are saving for a house, we was on EE fiber optic and we had open Nat type when playing Call of Duty Advance Warefare.

We changed to BT yesterday and when we put on COD we realised that NAT type had changed from Open to Moderate. It made trying to find a game abit slower. SPeed was good though.

COuld someone help me in working out what i need to do to have this open?

I know the type of NAT the PS4 gives were both type 2 on EE and BT but this is specifically for Call of Duty. For some reason it is showing as moderate and i want to get this back to OPEN.

Many thanks,

Mark

Mrtugboat7
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Registered: ‎09-04-2014
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BT are a nightmare.

First of all type in the following address into your Browsers Address Bar:

bthomehub.home

Enter your Admin password found on the back of the Hub.

Now go to Advanced Settings, followed by Port Forwarding and then DMZ.

In the drop down list find your PS4 and then press the "DMZ Enable" Radio Button

Then click Apply.

I also turned my UPnP off.

Not finished yet.

Now Click on "Home Network" Tab on the Hub at the top of the Hub page.

Find your PS4 again and click on it.

About 3 quarters of the way down the page it says "Addressing" now click on the IP Address box and change the last 2 numbers to something high between 50 and 90.

It should look something like

192.XXX.X.85 < The "X" being your IP address numbers and the "85" being the 2 last numbers of your choice between 50 and 90

Click the "Yes always use this IP Address" Radio button.

Click Apply.

Should be fixed.

Good luck with all of that.

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P34nut
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Thanks for that buddy, that worked a treat!

Mrtugboat7
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No problem, I am glad it's all fixed.

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P34nut
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I have done all of this but i didnt work, any ideas?

TwizzyAG
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