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Xbox one and Virgin Media

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Does anyone know how you can use 3 xboxes with virgin media (Super hub 2ac) and all nat settings on open? Its driving me insane, Virgin tech are useless. Would another router fix the problem. … Read More
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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Does anyone know how you can use 3 xboxes with virgin media (Super hub 2ac) and all nat settings on open?

Its driving me insane, Virgin tech are useless.

Would another router fix the problem.

Thanks for any help
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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
And the problem is......
1 Like #2
Wired is really the only way. I've not tried setting up a DMZ on the new super hub, but did manage it on the super hub 2.
#3
drtongue
And the problem is......
Cant play any online games, get kicked out all the time
2 Likes #4
If they are all on at the same time you'll get restricted NAT as they are trying to use the same UDP/TCP ports i believe.

Dont think SuperDuD allows DMZ, even with a 3rd Party router like TP-Link you might get moderate/restricted NAT if more than one is on at a time using XBL.

Ask next door for there wireless key ;) or use AirCrack-NG ;)
2 Likes #5
Virgin Hubs are useless. just set it to modem mode and buy another router to go with it. I had lots of problem but all sorted after getting another router and using virgin hub in modem mode.
#6
MasterChief117
Virgin Hubs are useless. just set it to modem mode and buy another router to go with it. I had lots of problem but all sorted after getting another router and using virgin hub in modem mode.
Do you use more than 2 xboxes?

Thanks for replies all :)
1 Like #7
narcist
MasterChief117
Virgin Hubs are useless. just set it to modem mode and buy another router to go with it. I had lots of problem but all sorted after getting another router and using virgin hub in modem mode.
Do you use more than 2 xboxes?
Thanks for replies all :)
No, but i did had problems with other multiple devices and all started to work fine after using another router.
I got this router by the way. https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Networking-Devices/TP-LINK-C9-Wireless-Gigabit-Beamforming-Efficient-Sharing/B00KO15KV4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484055962&sr=8-1&keywords=archer%2Bc9

Edited By: MasterChief117 on Jan 10, 2017 13:46
1 Like #8
ring VM, they changed all the settings on mine remotely. made a massive difference to online gaming
#9
I ticked DMZ last night on mine if at all this helps.
1 Like #10
narcist
drtongue
And the problem is......
Cant play any online games, get kicked out all the time


Dig the profile pic bro. United we stand!

Thought there was only me left rocking it.
1 Like #11
Put the router into modem mode and pick up a Netgear R7000, that will solve the issue. We were running 3 Xbox Ones, all of which were NAT open.
1 Like #12
MasterChief117
Virgin Hubs are useless. just set it to modem mode and buy another router to go with it. I had lots of problem but all sorted after getting another router and using virgin hub in modem mode.



Hub 3 is worse from what i read my solution was plug extenders
1 Like #13
monkey1999
MasterChief117
Virgin Hubs are useless. just set it to modem mode and buy another router to go with it. I had lots of problem but all sorted after getting another router and using virgin hub in modem mode.
Hub 3 is worse from what i read my solution was plug extenders

It is! X1 switches from restricted to moderate with seemingly no rhyme or reason. Modem mode and a new router, the only way around it.
#14
Ross87
Put the router into modem mode and pick up a Netgear R7000, that will solve the issue. We were running 3 Xbox Ones, all of which were NAT open.
I was going to buy a decent router but read that it still migjt not fix the problem. Thabks for advice all.
1 Like #15
It's all down to the routers provided by ISP's (they're usually cheap and nasty). I had the issues with the 360 on AOL and Sky, but just changing to a decent router which could handle the amount of simultaneously connected Xboxes solved the issues. The Netgear solved the issue with the Xbox One's for me.

Based on my experiences and the experiences of others, it should solve your issues, but if it doesn't, you could always return it to Amazon as not fit for purpose.

Any issues give me a shout and I'll do what I can to help :)
#16
Ross87
It's all down to the routers provided by ISP's (they're usually cheap and nasty). I had the issues with the 360 on AOL and Sky, but just changing to a decent router which could handle the amount of simultaneously connected Xboxes solved the issues. The Netgear solved the issue with the Xbox One's for me.

Based on my experiences and the experiences of others, it should solve your issues, but if it doesn't, you could always return it to Amazon as not fit for purpose.

Any issues give me a shout and I'll do what I can to help :)


Netgear is a virgin supercrud 2
#17
Putting it in modem mode and buying decent router should do the trick netgear maker super hub 1 and 2 by the way , I would tell virgin u want hub 3 first heard its pants but it is new and different brand
#18
monkey1999
Ross87
It's all down to the routers provided by ISP's (they're usually cheap and nasty). I had the issues with the 360 on AOL and Sky, but just changing to a decent router which could handle the amount of simultaneously connected Xboxes solved the issues. The Netgear solved the issue with the Xbox One's for me.
Based on my experiences and the experiences of others, it should solve your issues, but if it doesn't, you could always return it to Amazon as not fit for purpose.
Any issues give me a shout and I'll do what I can to help :)
Netgear is a virgin supercrud 2

It may be made by Netgear, but they are crippled by ISP'S wanting the cheapest possible product and using their own proprietary software. Netgear's own routers which they sell under their own brand are a completely different kettle of fish.
#19
Ross87
It's all down to the routers provided by ISP's (they're usually cheap and nasty). I had the issues with the 360 on AOL and Sky, but just changing to a decent router which could handle the amount of simultaneously connected Xboxes solved the issues. The Netgear solved the issue with the Xbox One's for me.
Based on my experiences and the experiences of others, it should solve your issues, but if it doesn't, you could always return it to Amazon as not fit for purpose.
Any issues give me a shout and I'll do what I can to help :)
Thanks

Would Thiswork?
#20
narcist
Ross87
It's all down to the routers provided by ISP's (they're usually cheap and nasty). I had the issues with the 360 on AOL and Sky, but just changing to a decent router which could handle the amount of simultaneously connected Xboxes solved the issues. The Netgear solved the issue with the Xbox One's for me.
Based on my experiences and the experiences of others, it should solve your issues, but if it doesn't, you could always return it to Amazon as not fit for purpose.
Any issues give me a shout and I'll do what I can to help :)
Thanks

Would Thiswork?


Should do but ask for hub 3 first
#21
narcist
Ross87
It's all down to the routers provided by ISP's (they're usually cheap and nasty). I had the issues with the 360 on AOL and Sky, but just changing to a decent router which could handle the amount of simultaneously connected Xboxes solved the issues. The Netgear solved the issue with the Xbox One's for me.
Based on my experiences and the experiences of others, it should solve your issues, but if it doesn't, you could always return it to Amazon as not fit for purpose.
Any issues give me a shout and I'll do what I can to help :)
Thanks
Would Thiswork?

I've only tried the R7000 (for Virgin Media)/D7000 (for Sky), so can only comment on those. It might be worth a punt, as it's a £50 saving. If it doesn't work, you can always send it back to Amazon and then pick up the R7000.

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