Hello I recently changed my Moderate NAT to open by putting my Modem into bridge mode. This may help you also but you cannot use any WiFi and to put it back to normal you must factory reset it.
Here is the link on how to do it.
If you are connecting two devices to the modem where the modem is running in Bridge mode you will probably run into problems at some point. Prior to the day where IPV6 was enabled, you could run two devices off of a modem as the modem can support two IPV4 addresses. Now, with IPV6 enabled, you will only see one address properly supplied. At some point, there may be confusion at the Rogers server as to which device is which. So, if you do intend to run the modem in Bridge mode and connect an Xbox to it, then the XBox should be the only device attached.
Now with IPV6 enabled, the XBox has a choice or paths to take for matchmaking and gaming. Those are IPV6, IPV4 and Teredo. The XBox will select which ever path presents the best connection possibility and reliability. I don't believe there is a way for the end user to know which is in use. That means that you could be showing a restricted NAT, which is IPV4 and the XBox won't care as there may be a better IPV6 or Teredo path to use. A Restricted NAT in that case would be meaningless. You should be able to run the XBox thru the modem, with a restricted NAT and have no issues if the XBox is using IPV6 or Teredo.
One thing to note, the XBox game system will not crossover from IPV6 to IPV4 and vice versa. So, wherever you start, is will you will continue to play for that session.
One other item to note, if you connect a pc to the modem, where the modem is running in Bridge mode, the modem offers no firewall protection for the pc. You will have to rely on the pc's firewall capabilities to protect it.
You won't have any luck with Bell either. It's how multiple XBOX's work (or don't work) on one network. Some home consumer routers will allow to configre NAT open on the WAN port. Some of the Netgear routers do that. Not sure about others. UPNP alone won't work, as both XBOX's are looking to open the same ports, and that's where the problem starts.. Check to see if the Hitron has an option on the WAN config to set NAT to OPEN. If it does, try that. Or, you can try a combination of UPNP and ports forwarding to one XBOX.
ok I have been with rogers for a long time ,2 years ago I got feed up with 4th world modems and service I bought ASUS RT-N66U combo router , I moved a bit then in this new house I had the rogers tech pull a new wire from the box to pole then to my house wire it up hooked up my network ,and it was great for like 5 months, about a week ago my internet has gone from 250mbps down 25 mbps up and 20ms lats to 6.98mbps down 5.24mbps up and 94 ms lats.after 3 days calling back n forth not been able to live stream and missing going on 4th day now 3 mondem swaps them telling me my modem is garbage (the asau rt-n66u) witch its not i tested it at my friends place on bell an dit work perfectly ,rogers tells me to bad i have to wait till monday for a tech to come check....customer support is as bout as good as talking to a wall,most of the techs i talked to were horrible csr ,so im loosing 4 to 5 days of pay cause they cant fix there internet ....ive tryed using all the tips to get a open nat on my xbox one to atleast be online and have a friend broadcast from his palce but i cant join party chat cant stay in a game for more than like 5 min with out me get kicked offline ...AND NO its not my xbox or my pc or that its been check ..HELP
This menu displays both upstream and downstream signal parameters
|Gateway IP Address|
|DHCP Lease Time||😧 07 H: 00 M: 00 S: 00|
|Port ID||Frequency (MHz)||Modulation||Signal strength (dBmV)||Channel ID||Signal noise ratio (dB)|
|Port ID||Frequency (MHz)||Modulation||Signal strength (dBmV)||Channel ID||Bandwidth|
|1||30596000||ATDMA - 16QAM||45.750||1||6400000|
|2||38596000||ATDMA - 16QAM||45.750||3||3200000|
|3||23700000||ATDMA - 16QAM||45.750||2||6400000|
my speeds are as follow according to Okla
down up lat
2/18/2017 8:17 AM GMT 46.87 Mb/s 15.13 Mb/s 23 ms Kanata, ON < 50 mi
2/18/2017 8:08 AM GMT 48.12 Mb/s 15.05 Mb/s 25 ms Kanata, ON < 50 mi
2/18/2017 7:29 AM GMT 51.80 Mb/s 16.94 Mb/s 21 ms Kanata, ON < 50 mi
2/18/2017 6:44 AM GMT 51.20 Mb/s 15.88 Mb/s 26 ms Kanata, ON < 50 mi
2/18/2017 6:40 AM GMT 53.90 Mb/s 15.98 Mb/s 26 ms Kanata, ON < 50 mi
2/18/2017 6:20 AM GMT 62.30 Mb/s 14.16 Mb/s 23 ms Kanata, ON < 50 mi