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Link Your Console to Another Console

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Console-to-Console Connection: Wireless Some Xbox games offer console-to-console, or system-link, play, in which two or more players (depending on the game) can wirelessly network their consoles for multiplayer use. Console-to-console wireless networks are also known as ad-hoc networks. In ad-hoc networks, a wireless adapter on one device connects directly to a wireless adapter on another device. An Internet connection isn't shared with this type of network, and the console-to-console connection is typically temporary. For console-to-console play, you need: Two Xbox 360 consoles. Two Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapters. An Xbox 360 game that supports system link play. To wirelessly connect your console to another console: Attach an Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter to the back of each console as described in Use Your Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter. On each console, go to the System area to enter your network settings. (They will be the same for each console.) If all settings are correct, exit the System area. The consoles should now be wirelessly connected to each other.

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In Amazon.com, it's $79.95. In PriceGrabber, it's $59.99. Check the links below:

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My son wants to play against his sister but can't find anywhere that lets her enter the game?


Both have to have xbox 360. Both have to have the ethernet cable attached to each other. (This is called a system link)

  1. Make sure you have the necessary supplies needed for System Linking (all supplies list at the bottom).

    System Link cable or an Ethernet Hub.
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  3. 2Make sure that all of the Xboxes that will be used are hooked up to different TVs.
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    2. To connect two Xboxes, use a System Link Cable and insert one end of the cable into the Ethernet adapter of one of the Xbox consoles and the other end into the other console's Ethernet adapter.

    3. If you are using two Xbox 360s, you can use a standard RJ-45 Ethernet cable instead of the System Link cable.
    1. 4Connect them each into an Ethernet Hub or Switch. A router will also work.
    2. 5Turn each console on and load a copy of the game into each console.

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    Why is my xbox 360 console flashing red


    it reflects there is a hardware problem with your Xbox 360 console or its power supply.

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    Playstation 3 (PS3) Console: Red flashing light problem...


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    I have an original xbox console, and when I hook it up to a router to do system link, it doesn't connect. Have tried using my buddies console to troubleshoot, and his works fine with all the same...


    This would be due to a bad ethernet card inside Hence you buddy is fine with your current rig I would have that looked at there are options out there to make these wireless going forward here you ethernet card is not working correctly.

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    I suggest you use a Router, the Xbox 360 have had some issues with Crossover Cables. A cheap $10 switch or router will help you play your fun game of prey. And Halo 3 is coming out in September, I'll be getting it and I hope you will too.

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    Link Your Console to Another Console


    Console-to-Console Connection: Wireless Some Xbox games offer console-to-console, or system-link, play, in which two or more players (depending on the game) can wirelessly network their consoles for multiplayer use. Console-to-console wireless networks are also known as ad-hoc networks. In ad-hoc networks, a wireless adapter on one device connects directly to a wireless adapter on another device. An Internet connection isn't shared with this type of network, and the console-to-console connection is typically temporary. For console-to-console play, you need: Two Xbox 360 consoles. Two Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapters. An Xbox 360 game that supports system link play. To wirelessly connect your console to another console: Attach an Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter to the back of each console as described in Use Your Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter. On each console, go to the System area to enter your network settings. (They will be the same for each console.) If all settings are correct, exit the System area. The consoles should now be wirelessly connected to each other.

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