Tom Clancy's The Division is one of the best multiplayer games out there, only occasionally the experience is wrecked by connection problems.
If you want a better connection, you should enable port forwarding for Tom Clancy's The Division. Doing this will make your connection more stable, and faster. It’s also easy to do, and in this guide we’ll show you how.
To forward the ports, you need to know which ports Tom Clancy's The Division uses. Here they are:
Now we’re going to tell your router to forward these ports. But it will need some extra info to do that.
Before we start, you should collect the following pieces of information about your setup:
Right, now we have everything we need to forward the ports. Here’s the process for doing that:
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
Our port forwarding add-on makes port forwarding super easy by doing the hard work for you. You can block and unblock ports with just a few clicks, and from any device.
That will save you valuable time that you could spend playing Tom Clancy's The Division!
Besides making port forwarding faster, the add-on also has some other benefits: