Issues and Fixes For Connection And NAT Type in Call of Duty Vanguard

For all of you gamers out there who are looking for help with issues in their connection and also issues in NAT while playing Call of Duty Vanguard, this blog post is for you. We will give solutions on what to do if your NAT type is causing you problems and how to get a better connection when playing online multiplayer games. If these issues are affecting your gameplay experience then fear not because we have the perfect solution!

The Call of Duty franchise has been around for over a decade, and it’s still as popular as ever. One of the newest additions to the series is Call of Duty: Vanguard. This game features all-new multiplayer modes, weapons, and classes that will keep gamers on their toes with every match. But with this good game, there are many problems too and today we will discuss one of the main problems that are the Connection and NAT issue and how to fix it.

How To Fix Connection And NAT issue in Call Of Duty Vanguard?

You can fix both connection and NAT issues with the given instruction below:

Your PC Network Status

  • Go to your PC settings.
  • Click on Network and Internet.
  • Click on Properties.
  • After that, you will have 2 options.
  • Select Private.

Port Forwarding

  1. To change the NAT type, you need to do some extra steps. Change your NAT type to OPEN Type Port Forwarding.
  2. And change DMZ and IP address if your router supports this.
CAUTION: Do not use the above 2 methods at the same time.
  TCP UDP
PC Ports 3074, 27014-27050 3074-3079
Xbox Ports 1935, 3478-3480 3074-3079, 3478-3479
PS4/PS5 Ports 3074 88, 500, 3074-3079, 3544, 4500

 UPnP Settings for Call Of Duty: Vanguard

If your router supports UPnP, then maybe enabling and disabling can fix your issues for COD, as this method solves issues in many previous COD games.

CAUTION: Before changing the UPnP, don’t forget to turn off the DMZ and Port Forwarding.