Call Of Duty Vanguard is the latest game released in the series. The game can be a lot of fun, especially when playing with friends. However, just like a lot of the other Call of Duty games in the series, people have problems with their NAT Type.

You may notice that you are having problems joining a friend’s game or finding lobbies while searching for a game by yourself. This is usually down to having a Strict or Moderate NAT Type. In this article, we are going to cover how to change your NAT Type to Open in Call Of Duty Vanguard. Let’s jump in.

How To Change NAT Type On Xbox (Vanguard)

Enable Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)

You need to access your router’s admin panel via the internet browser. You will need the IP address of the router which is a series of numbers you can find on the sticker found on the base of the device. 192.168.1.1 is an example of a typical IP address. Enter the IP address into your browser and you will be able to access the admin panel.

Once you have entered the correct IP address, you will need the username and password in order to access the admin panel. This can be found on the base of the router as well. Enter this into the fields and you will then be able to change the settings of your router.

You need to find the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) setting. This is generally found under the media section but it can be different for different devices. Once you have found it, be sure to enable it.

The different NAT Types on Xbox are Open, Moderate, and Strict. Open means that your connection has poor security. Moderate NAT Type means that there is moderate security while Strict means that you have top security and that you might not be able to host multiplayer games. 

Before you try port forwarding on your Xbox console, you should try and turn off the Instant On and Energy Saver settings. If that does not work for you then you should try hard resetting your Xbox console. If these options do not work for you then you will need to try port forwarding. Below are the Port Forwarding Settings for Call Of Duty Vanguard.

Port Forwarding

Head into the settings of your console and open Network Settings. Select the Advanced Settings option and find the IP Settings. Record the IP address and MAC address displayed here.

You need to access your router’s admin panel via the internet browser. You will need the IP address of the router which is a series of numbers you can find on the sticker found on the base of the device. 192.168.1.1 Is an example of a typical IP address. Enter the IP address into your browser and you will be able to access the admin panel.

Once you have entered the right IP address, you will need the username and password in order to access the admin panel. This can be found on the base of the router as well. Enter this into the fields and you will then be able to change the settings of your router.

What you want to do is set the IP address of your Xbox to Static IP. Use the IP address and MAC address you got from the console settings to do so. You will find the option under the advanced settings in the admin panel but this can differ depending on the router you have.

To change the NAT Type to open, you need to forward some ports of your Xbox to match the Port Numbers of Call of Duty Vanguard. Use the following numbers:

Xbox One

  • TCP: 3074
  • UDP: 88, 500, 3074-3079, 3544, 4500

Xbox Series X/S

  • TCP: 3074
  • UDP: 88, 500, 3074-3079, 3544, 4500

After you have used the above-mentioned values, you need to reboot your console and your NAT Type should be Open.

How To Change NAT Type On PC

The different NAT Types on PC are the same as that of Xbox. The different NAT Types on PC are Open, Moderate, and Strict. Open means that your connection has poor security. Moderate NAT Type means that there is moderate security while Strict means that you have top security and that you might not be able to host multiplayer games. 

There are different ways in which you can change the NAT Type on your PC. Use the following methods to do so.

Enable Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)

You need to access your router’s admin panel via the internet browser. You will need the IP address of the router which is a series of numbers you can find on the sticker found on the base of the device. 192.168.1.1 Is an example of a typical IP address. Enter the IP address into your browser and you will be able to access the admin panel.

Once you have entered the right IP address, you will need the username and password in order to access the admin panel. This can be found on the base of the router as well. Enter this into the fields and you will then be able to change the settings of your router.

You need to find the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) setting. This is generally found under the media section but it can be different for different devices. Once you have found it, be sure to enable it.

Once you have done this, you need to restart your PC and check your NAT Type in the in-game settings.

Windows Network

Head into settings and click on the Network and Internet option and then select Wi-Fi. After that, you need to select Change Advanced Sharing Options. Make sure that you turn on Network Discovery and that Turn on automatic setup of network-connected devices is checked.

Port Forwarding

Access your router’s admin panel via the internet browser. Here you need to change the router’s Port Numbers to match those of Hal Infinitee. You can use the following numbers in order to do so.

  • TCP: 3074, 27015, 27036
  • UDP: 88, 500, 3074-3075, 3544, 4500, 27015, 27031-27036

This is how you can change NAT Type for Call Of Duty Vanguard on Xbox and PC. You will now be able to jump into Vanguard and start battling it out with your friends.

Wrapping Up

Hopefully this guide has allowed you to change your NAT Type to Open on Call of Duty Vanguard. You should now be able to host and join your friends games as well as quickly find games when searching for a lobby. Enjoy ranking up in Vanguard.

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