I am using a Cisco 857 router and attempted to acces Xbox live last night. I was told i needed to change the NAT settings from moderate to open.
I am a complete computer novice but i downloaded Cisco SDM hoping to change NAT using that.
Unfortunately I even have a problem with this first step. When i try and launch SDM it asks for the IP address which according to my settings is 192.168.0.5 but when i type this in it says it cant launch as its not a valid IP address or is unreachable.
Does anyone know what the problem could be. All i want to do is access the router to change the NAT settings so if anyone knows another way instead of using SDM that would help
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Also, if you have the cisco console cable you could use that with hyperterminal to get to the command line...
As far as changing the NAT settings go, you could do a "show run" command to see if you have any NAT commands in the config. I'd also use the ? command to see if you can find the setting in the IOS menu...
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