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Nat type 3 with Modem


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Beta55

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So I got a router, D-Link, DIR-615. I used to switch the ethernet cords to use internet on my Playstation 3.
Nat type 3.
Now my router is connected with my modem and my computer, so if my router is getting internet connection via my modem why would my NAT type change to 2 on my PS3?
Is there something else I must change?
Maybe I must change something on my computer?

I've done port forwarding, DMZ, game mode, nothing works, my PS3 is not getting Nat Type 2, I think my modem is messing something up. Maybe there's a way for me to simply use my router as a modem as well?

Thanks for all the help.

Edit: My Internet Connection is Dynamic.
I'm currently using WEP because its apparently faster if your on NAT 3.
My primary DNS isn't listed under Internet Connection which was set up automatically and if I change it I can't connect to any website.
I assigned my PS3 its own IP.

^ Fixed ^
Switched to PoEEE, Bell Sympatico Internet Connection, get one

Edited by Beta55, 24 July 2009 - 09:26 AM.

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