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Networking: General information

Enable network game transfer
Find out how enable network game transfer to copy games and apps from One Xbox One console to another.
Network ports used by Xbox Live on Xbox One
If you have a firewall or router, you might need to make a configuration change for your Xbox One console to communicate with Xbox Live. Find out here what ports you need to have open.
Connect your Xbox One to Xbox Live with a Windows PC instead of a router
Learn how to connect your Xbox One console to Xbox Live using your computer instead of a router.
Connect your Xbox One console to Xbox Live using a Mac computer
Learn how to connect your Xbox One console to Xbox Live using your Mac computer instead of a router.
DoS and DDoS attacks on Xbox One FAQ
Find answers to commonly asked questions about denial of service (DoS) attacks and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks when you’re using Xbox Live.
How to find your wireless network password
Learn how to find your wireless network password so you can connect to Xbox Live using your wireless network.
IPv6 on Xbox One
Learn all about IPv6 and how it will improve your Xbox One experience.
Double NAT detected in your Network settings
If you see “Double NAT detected” in your Xbox One network settings, try these steps to change or remove it.
UPnP not successful in your network settings
If you see “UPnP Not Successful” in your Xbox One console’s network settings, find a solution here.
NAT Type: Unavailable in your network settings
Find out what to do when you receive the NAT Type: Unavailable in your network settings error message on Xbox One.,

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