Re: nat type strict

by Kees_B Moderator - 2/22/13 3:30 AM

In Reply to: need help!!!!! by dabug2 might help.

However, since you're not using your own router, but prepaid 4G, I'm afraid the only applicable remedy for you is "Contact the network administrator for help." In your case, that's Telstra, because the NAT is in their network.
If they can't help, they offer a service you can't use and should give your money back, so you can find something else.