Changing Iphone5 NAT for online gaming

Black Ops II Xbox 360

I live in an area where we don't get any Internet providers except our cell phones and I always have a strict nat type I was wondering if there was anyway to change to open since I'm runnin off my i phone 5 thanks

Scooch114
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Please do NOT use your phone for gaming. It RUINS the connections for everyone you play with. You are part of the growing problem with the lag in this game.

propipe
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I'm sorry but my phones the only way I can play online other wise I would Smiley Sad

Scooch114
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In all honesty YOU DO NOT need to be playing online. You can get a Iphone 5, AND XBOX, so the story about not being able to get internet is a little far fetched.

propipe
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Here is a video from youtube on how to turn off the firewall:

Hope it helps


good luck.  you should be able to kick ass with this connection

Griefbot
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Not turning off my firewall

Scooch114
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Ahh sorry.  I didnt actually watch it.  

There were a lot of results when I searched for iphone strict nat

Griefbot
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Well, you are obviously going to need a way to bypass it, that's the reason you have a strict NAT after all...

And to those that say he is ruining it for everyone else... maybe, if he pulls host, but otherwise not.

Scorr
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he probably has a strict nat because his carrier throttled his data for excessive use.  grandfathered unlimited data plans on most carriers are throttled when they hit 3.5gb per billing cycle, and it wouldnt take but maybe an hour or so to hit that with an xbox tethered or mifi'd to an iphone.

zandelar001
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I'm sorry, but streaming a HD video off of Netflix is about 1gb/hr, and CoD doesn't even compare to streaming when you compare the bandwidth.

Call of Duty only needs 5kb/s download and upload speed. Browsing image heavy websites uses more than that.

Scorr
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