I tried but I can't figure out how to do it, I'm stuck on NAT type 2.
Hi there my8th,
Thanks for taking the time to post to the Community! I'd recommend checking out portfoward.com's guide to doing this.
Port Forwarding the Motorola SBG6782-AC Router for Destiny - PlayStation 4
These steps are actually for the SBG6782-AC version, but I believe the firmware should be similar in terms of the port forwarding options, so please give that a shot.
That's the guide I used but it didn't work...
Hm, this is something that is not officially supported by us, but we can try to help with some general information. When you say it didn't work, what step are you getting hung up on? Are you getting any error message? Perhaps another user on the forums who uses a PS4 online will be able to offer some insight.
Hey there, sorry to hear you're having issues with NAT type.
I actually have a similar problem with the same modem with my Xbox One - for whatever reason the backend servers held by Activision do not recognize the modem and are restricting access.
It doesn't matter what I do whenever I try to play Destiny - I use the port forwarding supplied by Xbox and Activision and still receive a strict NAT type (would be NAT type 3 for PS3/4). I also try forwarding all traffic through my Xbox's IP address with DMZ Hosting... That also doesn't work.
However, I do not have these difficulties when playing other games like Forza 5, Battlefield 4, EA UFC, etc.
Only Activision games have given me this grief.
I have been forced to swap back to my SMCD3GN modem.
Hope this helps.
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