how do you change home network from strict to open nat.

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when gaming my screen flashes you have strict nat which will interfere with your gaming experience. I also cant q for most instances or pvp and get a group.
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"q for most instances or pvp and get a group"
Player vs. player, multiplayer, latency is too high with satellite, pings too high, it will not work well.  Nothing you can do about it.
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The latency spoken of is around 3/4 of a second, so basically when you are playing a game the action you command is delayed by that amount of time. So any game where there is hand to hand combat, shooting, dropping bombs, etc,etc, someone with satellite internet is screwed with no solutions.
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You need a ping under 150ms to play. 20ms or less what good internet usually will supply. Use wired connection. Get better ethernet cables. Various cables are used for carrying Ethernet: current common types include Cat 5, 5e, Cat 6, 6a, 7 and Cat 8 and the RJ45 connector is widely used. https://www.electronics-notes.com/art.... still it wont do much. Just wait for this to come out.

They evaluate how to use the laser links to provide a network and look at the problem of routing on this network. They conclude the SpaceX Starlink network can provide lower latency communications than any possible terrestrial optical fiber network for communications over distances greater than about 3000 kilometers.