Archer MR200 - Double NAT - Please Help!!

Archer MR200 - Double NAT - Please Help!!
Archer MR200 - Double NAT - Please Help!!
2019-02-22 10:33:57
Hardware Version: V3
Firmware Version: 1.6.0 0.9.1 v0001.0

Hi, if anyone can help me I would really apprecaite it...Long story short, I live in the middle of nowhere with extremely poor wired internet access (fibre, cable etc).  The speeds are so slow I can barley watch a SD YouTube video.  However, I can get a strong 4G signal in my house.  I have just purchased a Sim with Three Network for unlimted data and popped it into a MR200.  The speeds I'm getting are great (about 50mb/s) incredible jump in performance for me.  However the problem begins when I try to game on my Xbox One.  When i connect it to the wifi, everything is fine but i get a strict NAT type and a message saying I have a double NAT.  The only device supplying internet is the MR200, i have nothing connected to it, just the sim card in the back.

 

From reading online I think the problem is that the sim has a nat of its own and the MR200 is using one too.  I am not technically minded at all and most material online for this issue is for people connecting to other routers etc.  

 

Basically what I am wondering is how I can resolve the issue myself wihout having to port everything I want to use.  Is it possible that a different 4G/LTE router would not cause this issue? 

 

Thanks in advance for anyone taking the time to read and reply :)

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Re:Archer MR200 - Double NAT - Please Help!!
2019-02-26 08:40:32

Hi Graeme

 

Differnet router may have the same issue. you can login to the router's management page, go to Advanced>>NAT forwarding>>UPNP, turn it on have a try. If it failed, go to DMZ and enable it for the Xbox One.

But you should make sure the router's WAN IP address is a public IP address instead of a private IP address.

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Re:Archer MR200 - Double NAT - Please Help!!
2019-11-18 13:48:53

resolved log into your tplink archer mr200 management page go to advanced settings then to network, then at very bottom press create new profile and enter 3 beside apn box. save and your off nothing else is needed to be typed in

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