First, make sure the MoFi's UPnP and Auto port-forwarding settings are enabled. After doing this, check to see if NAT type is resolved.

Next, if that did not resolve the issue, configure the gaming device with a static DHCP lease:

  1. Identify the MAC address of your gaming device. This may be listed on a sticker on the back of your device. Otherwise, you can simply search Google for the process of identifying the MAC address for your device.
  2. Log into the MoFi device at (The default password is 'admin')
  3. Expand the Network menu in the left-hand navigation pane and select "DHCP"
  4. Near the bottom of the settings page, in the "static leases" pane, click the "Add" button. In the hostname field, 
  5. Enter the name of your gaming device (ie playstation, Xbox, etc)
  6. Choose the MAC address you identified in step 1 from the drop-down menu for MAC address.
  7. Choose an available IP address in the IPv4 Address column.
  8. Restart your gaming device and check to make sure that it is now using the address you defined.
  9. Make sure the gaming device connects to the MoFi and can access the internet.

Finally, configure the port forwards on the MoFi:

  1. On a computer connected to the hotspot, open a browser to and login. (The default password is 'admin')
  2. Click on Advanced in the upper right-hand corner. 
  3. Click on Firewall in the left-hand menu and click "Port Forwards.
    For each port you open, enter
    Name - can be anything, like "Gaming Rule 1",
    Protocol - Select TCP or UDP from the dropdown list depending on what the port list shows for the port,
    External Zone - wan
    External Port - the port to forward (see list below),
    Internal Zone - lan,
    Internal IP Address - the static IP address of your gaming device,
    Internal Port - Same as External port
  4. Click the "Add" button to create a new row
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each port.
  6. When finished, double check that you correctly entered all of them and click on "Save and Apply" at the bottom of the browser window.
  7. Reboot your gaming device and check the NAT Type

There are many sites with lists of recommended ports to open.  These are commonly recommended ports for some popular gaming devices:


Port 80 (UDP and TCP)

Port 443 (UDP and TCP)

Port 465 (UDP and TCP)

Port 983 (UDP and TCP)

Port 3478 (UDP and TCP)

Port 3479 (UDP and TCP)
Port 3480 (UDP and TCP)

Port 3658 (UDP and TCP)

Port 5223 (UDP and TCP)

Ports 6000-7000 (UDP and TCP)
Port 8080 TCP

Port 9293 (UDP and TCP)

Ports 10070-10080 (UDP and TCP)

Xbox One:

Port 88 (UDP)

Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)

Port 53 (UDP and TCP)

Port 80 (TCP)

Port 500 (UDP)

Port 3544 (UDP)

Port 4500 (UDP)