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Unable to connect to Xbox Live!

I just bought an iMac OS X 10.5.5 with Airport Extreme built into the system.  I also have a Speedstream 5260 ADSL modem connected to the ethernet port on the back of my iMac.  I am attempting to wirelessly connect to my xbox live (which does have a network adapter attached). When testing settings in Xbox, the network is detected; however, I am unable to pass the IP test.  I receive an error message stating the DHCP server could not negotiate a lease.  Any solutions?

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Are you connecting both imac and xbox to the internet at the same time? is your adsl modem a modem/router? and does it have wireless capability?.. if all answer are yes.

assign static ip/subnet mask/default gateway and dns on xbox, then forward 88/3074 on your modem/router.

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