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Re: got an xbox 360 for xmas want to go wireless with...
The NETGEAR CD is for the router only. If you are connecting the XBOX to the router, you must configure the router so that it can give a connection to your XBOX. Call NETGEAR for that. You can try this also http://technicalsupport.blog.friendster.com
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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.
that happens alot when one or more device (for instance, the xbox 360 and a cpu) are trying to use the same ip address
make sure you have the xbox 360 and all other devices (cpu's/printers) that are connected to the router set to aquire ip address automatically
Hope your still there...
what its telling you is that you need to change the settings on your router
go to internet explorer type in 192.168.1.1 and login
go to "WAN SETUP link on the LEFT"
change the MTU value to 1500
hit apply or save and that's it
Good Luck ;]
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.