SOLUTION -- WiMAX -- Open NAT with XBOX and ViViFi modem

The following info explains the port forwarding changes one Vivid user made in order to achieve an Open NAT connection with his XBOX and ViViFi modem:

1. get the XBOX's IP address ... look in the Network Settings area

2. log into the ViViFi user interface

3. navigate to LAN, NAT Setting

Now, lets say for the sake of this example that your XBOX IP is 192.168.1.55 ... in the DMZ Zone:

4. tick the Enabled box and put 55 in the Host IP box to make the host IP = 192.168.1.55

Now you need to make some additions to the port forwarding section (near top of screen), again using 192.168.1.55 as the Host IP:

5. add Host IP 192.168.1.55 and Service Port 53
6. add Host IP 192.168.1.55 and Service Port 80
7. add Host IP 192.168.1.55 and Service Port 88
8. add Host IP 192.168.1.55 and Service Port 3074

Then NAT should become open for XBOX.

*** if you have a Home Gateway modem, forward the ports (above) using the following process as a guide:
http://forum.vividwireless.com.au/forum/faqs/faq-how-forward-ports-home-...

Comments

#1

djurti wrote 5 years ago

I this the same for the home gateway?

#2

Frosty-MODERATOR wrote 5 years ago

Similar process, but not the same things that you have to click on ... the web interface is is a bit different ... but the ports 53,80,88,3074 are the same.

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