Optimizing Apple Time Capsule for Xbox One

Spread the love

How to optimize an Apple Time Capsule or AirPort Extreme for Xbox One and Xbox Live. This video is broadly applicable to high-speed users who bridge their modem with Apple networking equipment and have “native” IPv6 available from their internet service provider.

To reset the cache on the Xbox you can also view this video:

Here are the links discussed in the video:


Spread the love


  1. I could kiss you on the mouth. Been struggling figuring out why I was so laggy playing Battlefront. Heard that port forwarding would be helpful but wasn't entirely sure how to go about it. Worked like a dream!

  2. You are absolutely amazing. We just spent almost the entire day trying to figure out how to get multiplayer games to work on my daughter's Xbox One. Finally, with a little help from Apple but mostly from watching your video clip and following your instructions, it's now working. Thank you so much!

  3. If I have two Xbox in the same house on the same network can I have them both open NAT? Or should I look into getting a different router? I can have one hard wired and one wireless if that would help and if I have to.

  4. Jonathan Sexton someone anyone plz help me. i tried this. i suck. i did it all but i don't think my modem is auto detecting. on that first page i have no ipv6 wan address route prefix or lan address. i don't think this has anything to do with it but i don't have the box checked for use dynamic global hostname and none of the stuff under that is filled out. According to TWC they have ipv6 available

  5. This just worked for my son.  Thank you very much.  Very easy to follow.  Really appreciate it.  Had a frustrating morning trying all sorts of other 'solutions' before I came across your video.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.