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1) You have to enter UDP and TCP on seperate lines with same port numbers in each line respectively. So you will have four lines, UDP 88, UDP 3074, TCP 88 and TCP 3074. Also, make sure you have your 360's IP entered. You can find that in the 360 network info.
2) Also, place your 360's IP in the DMZ. That should help.
3) For testing, turn off the routers Firewall. It will make it easier to figure out what is going on.
you simply need to open port number : 3074 and 81 on the router with TCP/UDP mode with a defined ip add that you put statically on the XBOX and it will definately connect with the router on the internet.
Okay so Here is the very simple solution. Go to your router page (192.168.1.254) and select Custom Services. Delete every port opening service you have made. Then Define a Custom Service lets just call it Xbox A and Open ports 80 - 65535 for TCP with the base host port 80 Do tthis twice for both TCP and UDP options. Enable the services on your Xbox (It needs to be Connected and have a static IP adress) It can take about 15 minutes to open all the ports to be patient. Your Xbox also needs to have a static IP adress. Lastly set the routers firewall on low and give it a shot. It worked for me!
xbox configures the connection automatically as long as it is able to detect an internet connection(either wired or wireless). For wirless connections though, make sure xbox is using the correct security key or wep key for the wireless connection.
the only thing you need for connecting 360 to wireless is an Internet connection, an 802.11G wireless router, and a wifi adapter that connects to your 360. They have these at walmart or any gaming store. I suggest giving your 2-Wire back to ATT! NOT QUALITY. Especially for gaming. I myself prefer my box to be hard wired as lag is far less. BUT..for wifi Get a Linksys Router and XBox brand wifi adapter for 360. Also google xbox connect. Instead of paying for LIVE
You can't get an IP address on the Xbox that way. You need to get an IP address from a device that works as a DHCP server such as a residential router. Connecting the Xbox to the PC will do nothing for you.