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#2 However there is a Pro side to most things, including: UPnP.
-> I have heard/read that to get NAT Type 2 or what it called on two game consoles with only one public IP Address, is to use UPnP.
However I do not have more than one game console multiplayer networked games, so I have no idea if that is true or not. The only games that I have for my game consoles are either single player or multiplayer hotseat (Two Exs: Wii Sports, PS4 Lego City Under Cover).
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So my test subjects are destiny 2 and Call of Duty, only games that I have on PC right now that show that info. Other games like FF14 and Rainbow Six are dedicated so NAT doesn't matter.
Also a while ago I tested my port forwarding manually just to see if it worked on the G3100 and was successful. I did UDP 3074 for call of duty and UDP 3097 for Destiny 2. I just don't know the extent how many applications need this. Destiny 2 uses steam, do I need to forward all those ports now too? COD uses Battlenet, do I need to forward everything for that ? etc. Thats my question.