RailGamer

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#1
So i got Railwire and i am happy with the download and upload speed. When i try to connect my Playstation 4 it gives me NAT Type 3 which is the restricted connection. The goal for console gamers should be to receive NAT Type 1 or NAT Type 2. Does anyone here use consoles like xbox or ps on railwire? What NAT type are you receiving?
 
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RailGamer

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#2
Ok it looks like majority of the IP addresses that Railwire assigns are blacklisted. Everytime i visit a website i am greeted with solving captchas. This means that most of the websites detect them as suspicious IPs. It is no different in Playstation. When i got Railwire i was able to connect to PS4 and now i am not even able to do that. Playstation keeps blocking our Railwire IPs (system detects them as suspicious) and i am greeted with ws 37397-9 error. I will update this thread once i find the solution.


EDIT: I found a solution for this problem. Go to Page 2 to see my post.
 
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Same problem here, guys. Using RailWire and almost all the time I get this "WS-37397-9" error code on PS4, when signing in to my PSN account, accessing PS Store etc., I also get Nat Type 3 whilst testing the connection. When I try to sign in to my PSN account from PC I get "Access Denied" message on this website:
https://account.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com/

The captcha solving thingy also pops up in some websites every once in a while. It is really annoying. Someone on the PlayStation forum suggested that getting static IP provided by the ISP will solve the online problems on PlayStation 4. I called RailWire customer support this morning asking for static IP and they said, it is only given to SME access users not for Home access (which is what I use, Unlimited Plan 4 Mbps) users. Can't find any solution to this. Need help!
 

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