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Connect xbox360 and linksys wrt54g

I have a laptop, pc and a wii that connect wireless to the router and they workfine. but when i put my 360 wired to the router it will not connect

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  • antbanksw Dec 28, 2008

    I am unable to download xbox live content now that i am connected through my router as far as i know however i am connected to xbox live i just can't download



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There are several possible reasons why XBOX doesn't connec to the Internet through the router:

  • Check physical connections between XBOX and router.
  • Try different Ethernet ports on the router and use known working Ethernet cable.
  • You may also connect your XBOX directly to your modem and check if it will connect to the Internet.
  • Check the IP address that your XBOX is getting when connected to the router.
  • Take note of the error message you get from XBOX for us to know the real problem.
Hope this helps!

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

  • Jannette Amandy Nov 17, 2008

    How come the solution is inappropriate? You may need to do isolation to check what is causing the problem why your XBOX is not working. Please elaborate the "not connecting" thing you have with your XBOX.

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