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Registered: ‎08-17-2019

Is using a VPN to get past a Carrier-grade NAT for gaming viable?

Title I suppose. My provider (ATT) has me locked behind a carrier-grade NAT. Multiple games that I previously loved no longer function for me, and I can't change my provider. Not that there are any other providers in my area to begin with.

Is using a VPN/VPS/something viable? It's my only option that I've been able to find after nearly 2 years of searching. I know latency will be an issue, but by how much? I've never used a VPN or anything like one, so all of this is new to me and I don't have any real information about it for my specific issue.

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Registered: ‎09-23-2021

Re: Is using a VPN to get past a Carrier-grade NAT for gaming viable?

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Registered: ‎10-20-2021

Re: Is using a VPN to get past a Carrier-grade NAT for gaming viable?

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what type of easy grading scale you use for grade gaming varible?

 

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Registered: ‎11-10-2021

Re: Is using a VPN to get past a Carrier-grade NAT for gaming viable?

To check the provisioning status of CGNAT, go to the entry for the Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT) module and look at the provisioning column. If you want to enable the CGNAT module, select Enabled for provisioning.

 

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