I get a moderate result for my NAT and it's restricting me to play with my friends on Live in Halo. For the past couple of days I've been tryin' to figure it out, but no luck. I have Verizon FiOS with an actiontec router. I'm not sure but I think I'm stuck at how to find the static IP address of the 360. I've read guides and other tuturials suggesting I make it static when I forward ports so it doesn't get mixed up with my other computers. So how would I find that? On the 360 dashboard, it's set to auto, so is the given IP the static also? I've tried entering that manually, but failed the test at IP address... It'd be great if someone could help me out. EDIT: Nevermind I got it. I accidently entered one wrong number. *kicks himself*. But if anyone else is having this problem with NAT being strict or moderate, this is what I did. Do page one on this site http://tommccann.net/live/step3.html -Then for Verizon FiOS users enter your router setup -Mine was 192.168.1.1 -Enter username and pass UserName- admin Pass- either "password" or "password1" (unless you changed it yourself -Goto "Firewall Settings" on the top menu -"Port Forwarding" on the left menu -Click add > enter the static IP you used on your 360 in the computer/device's -Click on protocol drop list and click show all. Then find XBoX and select that. That should enter the port info. You don't have to change anything else. -Click apply and you should be all set, test the connection on the 360 Dash. It worked for me, I hope this helps some people.