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g gonzales, who is your isp? if it is verzn they could be blocking you. we could not connect to xboxlive kept getting dns server error msg.-xbox tech support said, call your isp, so we did. man o man-got the reaming of a life time. figured it out online how to fix the dns prob. able to connect but as soon as we did we would get booted out right away. called xbox tech support back, he said, looks like vzn. blocked you. they dont like having their airwave tied up with gamers. I was able to get block removed, sweet talked my way around it.
as far as your setting on mbr900 make sureunder the basic tab you have enteted in xbox ip address & mac address into dhcp reservation=save settings. then go into system, gaming, add gaming rule, check enable, name,(drop down=xbox360)-ip address of xbox 360 counsle. save.
got this info from cradlpt. we were able to connect, but after about 1/2hr got booted out and started getting dns server error msg again. i truly believe vrzn, is behind the issue. try the settings i suggested. good luck
1. If this is wireless I would try position the game box closer to the router or hard wire to the game box if possible. 2. You also may have a problem with bandwidth. The other computer is competing with your Xbox for bandwidth and the switch may not be able to supply it to both the device at the same time. 3. check if your router to see if you have QOS ( quality of service). Log into the router and check this feature to see if it is enabled.
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
Either the network connection between the 360 and router is not working correctly, or your router is not configured properly for DHCP.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a protocol that automatically assigns a network address (and some other settings) to your computer....or Xbox in this case. It works like this....when your Xbox connects to the network, it sends out a broadcast packet on the network that looks for a DHCP server. If a DHCP server is present, it responds. Next the Xbox requests its network address and other settings from the DHCP server. Your WGR614 router has a DHCP server function built in, but it may not be enabled. Try reconfiguring the router using the Netgear "Smart Wizard" installation CD and be sure to enable the DHCP capability, if asked.
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.