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Issue with port forwarding

I’m was trying to do port forwarding on my wired Nintendo switch so I can get a type A nat however on the app it doesn’t allow a forward dash(-). I need to put external and internal UDP 1-65535 on IPv4 reservations & port forward. I saw on YouTube you need to put one by one. For example 1 in external and 1 internal, then 2 until I reach the last number... that’s going to take forever. I contacted the eero support and inform them about the situation and the solution was to add the last number 65535 internal and external on ipv4 reservation didn’t work. I currently have AT&T and is a lot easier to open nat port forwarding because you can add a dash and I was able to have type A nat type with the AT&T modern/router WiFi. 

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