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    Question [SM8E52] force open NAT Type request

    sometimes if i put on a certain codes it will make my nat type go to moderate and i cant join half my friends and i lag worse than normal so i have to take off the code and restart my router and then get back online and i will be back to open nat so i was wondering if there is a way to force nat type to stay open without port forwarding? my thought behind this is that a code is making it moderate so maybe a code can force it open

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    Not possible. Nat Type depends on 'Internet Connection' and a simple code cannot do anyhting to your internet.

    There could be a visual though ;)

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    then why do some codes change my nat type until i restart my router?

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