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Author Topic: Dialog 4G Home Broadband NAT type Issue.[Solved]  (Read 250 times)

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Dialog 4G Home Broadband NAT type Issue.[Solved]
« on: May 01, 2017, 11:19:36 pm »
   I recently purchased a Dialog 4G Home Broadband connection , while my SLT ADSL gives me non restricted Open NAT , Dialog 4G connection gives me a restricted NAT type for my gaming consoles. (Specially the Nintendo switch.)

   Switch wont even allow me to connect to a multiplayer match.(Error Code: 2618-0516) I tried forwarding ports , setting DMZs for consoles with no luck .

   What am I missing here ? What should I call Dialog and ask them to do to fix this ?

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PS : I did use the search function prior to this post , posts about this weren't much helpful.
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Re: Dialog 4G Home Broadband NAT type Issue.
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2017, 12:12:37 pm »
Called the Dialog Broadband Hotline . Gentleman from the technical division told me he'll assign a Public IP address for my connection and voila ! problem solved . Now I'm getting Open NAT for all my devices .