I just started a video game streaming business and have 4 video game consoles connected and able to play online at the same time on my recently purchased Cisco RV130W. There's only 2 games currently that we are streaming but NAT seems to be a really big issue and is causing connection problems. I've tried leaving this in the hands of UPnP but it seems that this is an issue that cannot be resolved so simply. All 4 consoles are Sony PS4s and to connect and play online I need them all to have access to the following ports: TCP Outbound TCP Inbound UDP Outbound UDP Inbound 80, 443, 1935, 3074-3077, 3478-3481,7500-17899, 10040-10060, 30000-40399 80, 443, 1935, 3074-3077, 3478-3481, 9293, 10040-10060 2001, 3074-3077, 3478-3481, 6000-7000, 10070, 50000-60000 2001, 3074-3077, 3478-3481, 6000-7000, 10070, 50000-60000 At best, I've got a NAT Type 2/Moderate... at worst, I can't even connect. To answer any questions that may be coming up or rule out any suggestions I have already tried... All devices on the LAN have a static DHCP address. Only one console works perfectly with UPnP. The DMZ can fix one console but makes the NAT or the other 3 unusable. You can't forward the same ports to 4 different devices so I have to rule that out. Port triggering doesn't work because [I am guessing] the TTL on the packets must be too long and is still hogging the ports while other consoles are trying to send data. I made a separate VLAN20 for the consoles so I could unblock all outbound and inbound traffic with a firewall rule and that didn't fix it. ...that's why I think this is a NAT/PAT issue. I used to be able to get 2 consoles working with my Asus RT-N56U using only UPnP. All help is appreciated. I will provide whatever other info you need. Thank you in advance.
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