22-03-2018 02:46 PM
I was using my PS4 with my LTE Cube with no problem (i.e. getting NAT 2) but have just upgraded and have been given the HH70VB router. I'm now getting NAT 3.
I researched about NAT 3 and it states using port forwarding but there does't seem to be that option on this new router.
Although I get much better download speeds on all my computers/tablets etc. this is a big problem for me asI use my PS4 so much!
22-03-2018 06:29 PM
23-03-2018 06:51 AM - edited 23-03-2018 06:54 AM
Thank you @Northerner.
Yes, Google is the first place I always check and came across a website very similar to the one you linked to (I refered to the fact I had done some research).
As per my original post, I know I have to port forward, I just don't know how to on EEs new router as I can't see the option.
This is an issue with EEs router rather than a generic PS4 issue which is why I came for help here.
23-03-2018 01:06 PM
If when browsing the router settings you can't find any options for Port Forwarding then you can't do it. Another name used by some routers is Virtual Server.
Let us know if you can find either on the EE Home Router.
26-03-2018 09:19 PM
EE TECH SUPPORT told me yesterday THEY “have issues with Amazon fire TV and PS4” it due to not having an IP address that’s static and IPV6 technology... I’m very disappointed with them and no sign they are trying to resolve the issue
06-04-2018 04:57 PM
I have HH70VB 4GEE router.
I am having similar issue with Nintendo Switch as I am unable to play 'Splatoon 2' online and the recommedation is to have NAT type A or B (I get NAT type C), turn DMZ 'on' and UDP port forwarding 45000 to 65535.
On router settings customised by EE, I can only set 1 port at a time in virtual server.
Is there a way around it as the Huawei version of the software for the above modem does allow changing NAT types and Port forwarding?
Why has EE restricted this?
EE can issue over the air update to allow this?
by Wano69 2 weeks ago