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    Community Manager Ubi-Mush's Avatar
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    To open the NAT to be able to connect to the server and to other people correctly you need to have the correct ports open;

    Xbox 360 http://ubisoft.custhelp.com/ap...a_id/15722/related/1

    PS3 http://ubisoft.custhelp.com/ap...a_id/15223/related/1

    PC http://ubisoft.custhelp.com/ap...a_id/15912/related/1

    http://portforward.com/ is a very good website which shows you how to open ports depending on your particular router.

    Putting the console in DMZ should help, this will open all ports so DO NOT use it on PCs;

    On the router there should be an option to enable (DMZ) (see router manual)

    DMZ basically means "Demilitarised Zone.
    This is a feature for Network Devices that need certain ports to be open. When this is set pointing to the Xbox 360/ PS3 ip address. It will basically open every port directly to the Xbox 360/ PS3.

    You should go to your Xbox 360/ PS3 settings and get the IP address of your Xbox 360/ PS3. Then enable manual on IP settings.

    Then in your router, enable DMZ and then enter the IP address of your Xbox 360/ PS3 in the space provided.

    Then reset your router.
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    i followed the instructions given in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mkRRpKkDvM (sorry, it's in italian...)

    and now i have NAT 1 (colour green) in ACR MP...

    but i still have:

    "LOADING: BAD" ( <-- trying to translate... sorry)


    and it seems that nothing changed playing in matches...


    did i do anything wrong?


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    no you did it right open NAT just makes you more accessible IMO your helping out the people with strict NAT types since green NATs are the only people they can play with.
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    Im afraid good NAT dosnt always correlate to good speed - it just means youll be able to play with others easier, regardless of how good your's or their internet is.
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    I have been playing this game for about a month now, playing mainly assassinate. Once the map pack is released locks take much longer to register and the whole experience for me and many others has downgraded. I dont no why ubisoft thinks its a good idea to destroy the playability of their games by releasing map packs that through past experiences have done nothing but make the game worse. I for one was rather excited about playing siena again but with the increased lag / latency issues it is more game breaking than increasing potential which new maps can bring. So this dlc along with everything else ubi has done shows that they most likely dont do private testing with their games and dlc's but instead just want their money and do not care about making their top selling game go from great to increasingly frustrating and nearly unplayable. Seriously unisoft my biggest complaint before this was when people join and leave games it blocks out my compass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjjm420x View Post
    I have been playing this game for about a month now, playing mainly assassinate. Once the map pack is released locks take much longer to register and the whole experience for me and many others has downgraded. I dont no why ubisoft thinks its a good idea to destroy the playability of their games by releasing map packs that through past experiences have done nothing but make the game worse. I for one was rather excited about playing siena again but with the increased lag / latency issues it is more game breaking than increasing potential which new maps can bring. So this dlc along with everything else ubi has done shows that they most likely dont do private testing with their games and dlc's but instead just want their money and do not care about making their top selling game go from great to increasingly frustrating and nearly unplayable. Seriously unisoft my biggest complaint before this was when people join and leave games it blocks out my compass.
    I agree; while playing on the DLC maps (even though there was only from Low to Medium activity) I noticed occasional awkward lags whereas before the DLC I hardly saw any altogether. Even though my upload rate is optimal.
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    I tried playing with friends tonight and we had lots of issues connecting to each other. It just started since the map packs have been released, and to my knowledge we were all playing together just fine prior to the DLC release.
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    So I set up the pinholes for my PS3 and still I'm getting orange NAT. How important is green NAT (never been above orange) to my online gameplay and how can I get a green NAT without opening all ports?
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    With an orange NAT you may find it difficult to connect to multiplayer games, hear or even see people. An orange NAT means moderate and that some ports are not open, the only way to solve this is by opening the ports suggested. Have you also opened the ports on any router you may be using? a router will also block these ports.
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    Thank you UBI-MUSH! Im a bit iffy about trying this because I dont want to make matters worse so Ill wait for a little feedback from our other forum participants.
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