Are you seeing an error message when you run the Network Connection Test on your Xbox One console? If so, answer a few questions and we’ll try a number of solutions to fix the problem.
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By disabling ‘Instant On’ and enabling ‘Energy Saver’ your console will reboot every time you power on, and will, therefore, renew its UPnP leases. Unfortunately, this also means dealing with much longer startup times.
If that doesn’t work, try restarting your Xbox One console. To hard reset your Xbox One, press and hold the power button. Once rebooted, go back to network settings and re-test your multiplayer connection.
Hopefully your UPnP leases have been renewed and your NAT type now says ‘Open’ or at least ‘Moderate’.
If you have tried the above methods to no avail, re-test your multiplayer connection in network settings and once it finishes, hold LT + RT + LB + RB to access an ‘Advanced’ screen. Once here, your Xbox will attempt to renew its UPnP leases. Bear in mind that this process can take several minutes to complete, so be patient and hopefully your Xbox will cooperate.
If after trying these solutions you are still dealing with a Strict NAT type, you may have to manually assign your Xbox a static IP address and use your ISP hub manager to show your router where to find your console.
First, you will want to take note of your Xbox’s IP address, which can be found in Settings > Network Settings > Advanced Settings.
Once you have noted your consoles IP address you will need to log into your hub manager.
There are of course many different managers for all the different routers available, so for help regarding your hub manager, refer to your ISP’s website or alternatively use
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