Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Need Help With Port Forwarding

Discus and support Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Need Help With Port Forwarding in XboX Networking Hardware to solve the problem; Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Need Help With Port Forwarding have you tried opening port 3074? 3fde8de9-b116-4df0-bf6d-e90c0b2ab288 Discussion in 'XboX Networking Hardware' started by xB00NDockSAIntz, Sep 26, 2017.

  1. Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Need Help With Port Forwarding


    Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Need Help With Port Forwarding
    have you tried opening port 3074?

    :)
     
    xB00NDockSAIntz, Sep 26, 2017
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  2. Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: PORT forwarding network error

    Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: PORT forwarding network error
    hey anyone else have the error when port forwarding your xbox it say network connection error even with open NAT?
     
    BurstDestroyer6, Sep 26, 2017
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  3. Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Port numbers needed to set up IPv6 on Xbox one?

    Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Port numbers needed to set up IPv6 on Xbox one?
    Hi Big Lad 4 That,

    IPv6 is a standard which has been developed so that port forwarding is no longer required. You do not need to forward any ports to get IPv6 functioning on your home network.

    Thanks,
     
    Big Lad 4 That, Sep 26, 2017
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  4. B Steazie
    B Steazie Guest

    Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Need Help With Port Forwarding

    I have the same issue. And it isn't with every game I play. Only some online servers kick me from game but party chat stays active and some games work perfectly fine along with twitch, and netflix. I would assume it's a certain port
    being blocked by our routers firewall but I wouldn't know where to begin with opening a certain port. Hope we can get this figured out.
     
    B Steazie, Oct 6, 2017
    #4
  5. I am having the exact same problem, I can play FIFA, I can watch Netflix I can watch YouTube all of that, but I can't play call of duty or GTA for more than 5 minutes sometimes less before I'm kicked off! Please help!
     
    OffsetMist51412, Nov 6, 2017
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  6. have you tried opening port 3074?
     
    GodFatherMERC, Nov 5, 2018
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  7. GodFatherMERC Win User

    Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Need Help With Port Forwarding

    have you tried opening port 3074?
  8. fusy22 Win User

    Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: Port forwarding

  9. Jaymo1978 Win User

    Additional Network Ports for Multiplayer Gaming: port forwarding

    Hi I Rundis33! The official list of Xbox One ports is:

    • Port 88 (UDP)
    • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
    • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
    • Port 80 (TCP)
    • Port 500 (UDP)
    • UDP Port 3544 (UDP)
    • UDP Port 4500 (UDP)
    I would also strongly suggest forwarding UDP and TCP ports 3075 and 3076, as these are used by a number of multiplayer games (especially Activision games like Call of Duty.) If you don't forward those, although your Xbox itself will have an Open NAT, when
    you go to the multiplayer menu in-game, you will see a message saying your NAT is Moderate until you forward those developer-specific ports.

    Though too many to list here, each game may have its own port that needs to be forwarded - I know EA games like Titanfall and Battlefront have ports listed, though I have had success with Open NAT by only using the Titanfall ports and NOT the Battlefront
    ports - it results in a conflict, somehow, which slows down the entire system.

    Likewise, Ubisoft's The Crew has a specific port which needs to be forwarded - if you have a Moderate NAT in-game, there is a button to press which tells you what to check to make sure you have the right port. I had this happen to me, forwarded the port
    suggested by the game, and my NAT was immediately Open in-game.

    So, unfortunately it's not a strict black-and-white answer, but the ports listed above will give you the start that you need! You'll have to play it by ear from there if you have issues with specific games. Hope this helps!
  10. Lexrax_TBD Win User

    Trying to Fix Xbox Live Multiplayer settings on Pc

    HI,

    Have you tried the following at
    https://beta.support.xbox.com/help/hardware-network/connect-network/network-ports-used-xbox-live


    Network ports used by Xbox Live on Xbox One

    A network port lets your Xbox One console communicate with the Xbox Live servers and other Xbox One consoles over the internet.
    To let your Xbox One console communicate with Xbox Live, you might need to open or forward ports, which means you'll be making a configuration change to your firewall or network hardware, such as a router. Port forwarding for Xbox One is done on
    your router or other network hardware, not on the Xbox console itself.

    These ports must be open for Xbox Live to work:

    • Port 88 (UDP)
    • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
    • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
    • Port 80 (TCP)
    • Port 500 (UDP)
    • Port 3544 (UDP)
    • Port 4500 (UDP)

    Note Some game developers require you to open additional ports. You should always check the game developer's website to see if the game you're playing needs additional ports to work.

    You can also find information about opening ports on your router at the
    Port Forward website. This website lists commonly used ports for various apps and games, but if your router isn't listed or you need more help, contact your internet service provider
    or router manufacturer.

    If you're connected to a network through your workplace or school, ask the network administrator to open these ports.

    If you receive a NAT warning when you connect to Xbox Live, see the
    Xbox One Multiplayer Game Solution
    .

    To learn more about Port Forwarding go to
    https://portforward.com/
  11. Jaymo1978 Win User

    Network Issues

    Hey Cruise! I have an easy fix for you! For all Activision games, for some reason, they use DIFFERENT network ports than the list of ports for Xbox One. So, you need to go into your router and forward UDP Ports 3075 and 3076 (in addition to the Xbox One
    ports listed on the support site here:
    support.xbox.com/.../network-ports-used-xbox-live
    )

    Also, if you've never forwarded ports, you'll want to go to www.portforward.com to look up the instructions for your specific brand/model of router.

    I had this exact issue on Ghosts, and it has recurred for everyone on Advanced Warfare. Adding those two ports to your port forwarding will instantly give you an Open NAT in the COD Multiplayer Menu (I know firsthand! :)

    Hope this helps!
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