I have tryed every thing to keep my xbox one and my sons xbox one open NAT no luck...ive called tech support which they charged me to dhcp my two xboxs and ive put my xbox on DMZ and port forward it no luck...most times im stuck with a strick NAT and my sons it Moderate were both conected with wires to the modem.i think ill go back to useing the hittron as a pass through cause its GARBAGE i had less trouble when i was with BELL.... id like to get this sorted out so my sons and mine xbox are always open NAT but i guess thats impossible for Rgers.
@kozhitnrun, we've been down this path before in the forum, and not so very long ago. I suspect that this is not just a Rogers issue, although, the Hitron modem NAT will no doubt be presenting problems. This boils down to multiple console support, and, interestingly, not may routers appear to support this, although there are a few around. Best solution, or path of least resistance is to run the modem in Bridge mode and run one of the modems as seen in post #20 in the following thread:
Take a read thru that thread, but post 20 contains a small list of routers that apparently support multiple consoles.
Hmm, ok, so does that mean that you have an Asus router as well but you still are seeing Strict NAT with the Asus router running?
If you are using an Asus router, is the modem running in Bridge mode and have you set a static address and port forwarding in the Asus router to accomodate the xbox?
Have a look at the following youtube video which demonstrates the Multiplayer Test . The fact that repeating the test can result in a Open NAT condition really suggests that there is something goofy with the implementation of the NAT detection capability of the xbox, personal opinion.