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    xbox360 in dmz?

    This is a discussion on xbox360 in dmz? within the Gaming on Sky forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Hi, I've just ordered SkyBB so should be with me in a few weeks. I currently have BT BB using ...

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      xbox360 in dmz?

      Hi,

      I've just ordered SkyBB so should be with me in a few weeks.

      I currently have BT BB using a voyager router. (I use this instead of the 'home hub' as the interface is less 'noddy' and I think more straight forward to use, as I'm used to the linksys interface)

      Anyway, I have my xbox 360 on a wireless link set with a fixed IP in a DMZ.
      I DO NOT wish to have uPnP enabled so is this just as feasible to do on the sky Netgear router when I get it?

      Ta.


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      Re: xbox360 in dmz?

      Yep you can disable UPNP on the Netgear and have the 360 in the DMZ or you can set up port forwarding

     

     

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