Port Forwarding

#1Waggy17Posted 2/6/2013 10:48:38 AM(edited)
I attempted to find out which ports are being used by Black Ops II, and I believe I figured out what ports are needed. I'm not sure if there are any others, or if this is the complete list, but after forwarding the following ports, it resulted in an Open NAT without needing to place the Wii U in the DMZ:

3074, 4514, 9103, 1804
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#2JmyWhsprsPosted 2/6/2013 12:29:22 PM
Same. . .


I seldomly get lag in this game.
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#3Cubfan082Posted 2/6/2013 1:04:17 PM
Waggy17 posted...
I attempted to find out which ports are being used by Black Ops II, and I believe I figured out what ports are needed. I'm not sure if there are any others, or if this is the complete list, but after forwarding the following ports, it resulted in an Open NAT without needing to place the Wii U in the DMZ:

3074, 4514, 9103, 1804


what did you do for you DNS values? I tried to forward the U, can not get a connection to the internet.

I had forwarded the Wii no problems, this I can not get it to work with my router either through straight static IP or by using the DMZ. No idea why...
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#4Waggy17(Topic Creator)Posted 2/6/2013 2:26:52 PM
Cubfan082 posted...
Waggy17 posted...
I attempted to find out which ports are being used by Black Ops II, and I believe I figured out what ports are needed. I'm not sure if there are any others, or if this is the complete list, but after forwarding the following ports, it resulted in an Open NAT without needing to place the Wii U in the DMZ:

3074, 4514, 9103, 1804


what did you do for you DNS values? I tried to forward the U, can not get a connection to the internet.

I had forwarded the Wii no problems, this I can not get it to work with my router either through straight static IP or by using the DMZ. No idea why...


My Wii U sets up the internet connection automatically. My router handles DHCP with static IP. It sounds like you have some other issues going on. I'm still using the DMZ for Wii U, but I used a different router to test port forwarding.

I also recommend to not use double encryption for your wireless security if you are doing so.
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#5Waggy17(Topic Creator)Posted 2/6/2013 2:28:16 PM
JmyWhsprs posted...
Same. . .


I seldomly get lag in this game.


What do you mean by same? You're forwarding the same ports?
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#6BirdPwNz100Posted 2/6/2013 2:29:10 PM
Where's kuragari when you need her?
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#7kuragari1anonlyPosted 2/6/2013 2:42:42 PM
From: BirdPwNz100 | Posted: 2/6/2013 5:29:10 PM | #006
Where's kuragari when you need her?



Go preen yourself, Birdy, I ain't no 'her'. :P
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#8Cubfan082Posted 2/6/2013 2:50:09 PM
Waggy17 posted...
Cubfan082 posted...
Waggy17 posted...
I attempted to find out which ports are being used by Black Ops II, and I believe I figured out what ports are needed. I'm not sure if there are any others, or if this is the complete list, but after forwarding the following ports, it resulted in an Open NAT without needing to place the Wii U in the DMZ:

3074, 4514, 9103, 1804


what did you do for you DNS values? I tried to forward the U, can not get a connection to the internet.

I had forwarded the Wii no problems, this I can not get it to work with my router either through straight static IP or by using the DMZ. No idea why...


My Wii U sets up the internet connection automatically. My router handles DHCP with static IP. It sounds like you have some other issues going on. I'm still using the DMZ for Wii U, but I used a different router to test port forwarding.

I also recommend to not use double encryption for your wireless security if you are doing so.


so you are forwarding all traffic to the root IP as a default and not using the static IP method?
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#9BirdPwNz100Posted 2/6/2013 2:54:29 PM
From: kuragari1anonly | #007
From: BirdPwNz100 | Posted: 2/6/2013 5:29:10 PM | #006
Where's kuragari when you need her?



Go preen yourself, Birdy, I ain't no 'her'. :P


Woops.. my bad man.
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#10kuragari1anonlyPosted 2/6/2013 2:54:58 PM
From: BirdPwNz100 | Posted: 2/6/2013 5:54:29 PM | #009
From: kuragari1anonly | #007
From: BirdPwNz100 | Posted: 2/6/2013 5:29:10 PM | #006
Where's kuragari when you need her?



Go preen yourself, Birdy, I ain't no 'her'. :P


Woops.. my bad man.



It's cool, lol.
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