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#1
Wii / Wii U / Switch:

[UDP Ports]
1-65535
OR
1024-65535

[TCP Ports]
Wii U / Switch:
6667
12400

Wii / Wii U / Switch:
28910
29900-29901
29920

You can also check for the fastest DNS server using namebench.
And you can optimize your router's MTU by reading this guide.
 
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Thread Starter #3
Even if you port forward yourself, your ISP may still block connections and keep your NAT Type from being considered "Open" if you were to test in Windows. At that point it's up to them if they'll change it.
 

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I keep getting EC86420 on both wws and rooms, I tried both UDP ports and DMZ connection. (didnt try TCP ports but i think thats irrelevant)
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(sorry for the italian)
DMZ wont work on consoles with technicolor and thomson's routers because they are good hardwares (sarcasm). I had the same trouble and the thing i did was assigning DMZ to my laptop, then downloading a program called mypublicwifi and shared my private ip and converted my laptop into an Access Point and it actually worked. Test it out
 
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