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    Port forwarding PC

    Hi guys, I'm trying to set up an open NAT type for Black ops 4 on my PC as I'm currently having issues playing with friends


    Our modem is an Asus DSL-AC55U, I've set up my preferred local IP for my machine as shown below, and yet my NAT is still strict. uPNP is disabled and I've also listed my IP for DMZ... Is there anything else I'm missing? Cheers

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    ring your ISP and tell them to remove that stupid security shit they put on
    (worked for me with trustpower)

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    MarksoN wrote:
    ring your ISP and tell them to remove that stupid security shit they put on
    (worked for me with trustpower)
    You could be right, we're with trustpower too and I've never heard of this until now.

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    Ask to be switched from CG-NAT to dynamic IP, should be no charge.

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    Yeah depends who your ISP is too. I'm with Bigpipe and went static IP for around $45 one off fee. Solved my problems due to CG-NAT.

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    Configuring port forwarding on your router has no effect if your ISP is using CGNAT.

    Check the WAN IP address that your router is receiving (General -> Network Map) and compare it to whatismyip.com. If they are different then your ISP is using CGNAT. As others have suggested, either ask your ISP to switch you over to a dynamic IP. If that's not possible then you'll have to pay to get a static IP.