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How to fix NAT issue?
S_Fox
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I have a Homefusion router installed my verizon. It has worked fine for a while, but recently it will drop its internet connection for a short period then it will come right back. This would be fine, except for when i am gaming online. When i log onto the router and look at the security log (or whatever its called) it shows many errors saying the nat errors are full. I can do a hard reset and clear them but they fill right back up pretty quickly. I dont know how to fix this. Ive heard of bridging my connection to another router but i do not know how. ive seen many posts on other forums of how to, but they are never with the same GUI that i have. Im looking for some solution, whether bridging or not.

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Re: How to fix NAT issue?
7e18n1
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The purpose of a network bridge is to extend an existing private network and that’s not going to solve your problem. NAT errors occur on the public side, in your case the cellular side, so that’s where you need to look for a problem.  

Inspect the antenna system for obvious trouble such as wasps, bees, spiders, birds, squirrels, and anything else that might call it home. Is anything blocking the antenna? Look for signs the mounting system has moved. Has water gotten into the antenna cable connection or inside the antenna itself? Don’t break anything, just look around for something that might be wrong. If the system is still under warranty call Customer Service (800) 922-0204.

LTE Internet (Installed) User Manual (Formerly Home Fusion)

Re: How to fix NAT issue?
S_Fox
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Thanks for the reply. I was under the impression my router took care of the NAT. I cant check right now, but i will sure to see if there is a problem with the antenna. I'll also have to check the warranty, its roughly 2-3 years old (cant remember).

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7e18n1
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You said your connection is dropping and you are getting NAT errors. I suspect the NAT errors are the result of the connection dropping, so the idea is to look for a cause of the connection dropping. You may have an issue with the HBA (antenna) a physical inspection might reveal. If you don’t find anything obvious it may be a deeper problem requiring servicing.


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