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Aside from power cord and a/v to hdtv what else exactly do I need for wireless connection for x-box 360.[ computers in house are wireless]

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How do i install my asus wireless adapter to work on my xbox 360


You need to set it up on a computer first.
And of course you have to already have a Wireless Router connected to your DSL/Cable modem.

I did my setup on a Mac so there are quite a few more steps to go through on a Window's machine then I had to do but just use the manual as it's set up for a Window's anyway.
You might just try skipping all the installs first and just try connecting to the ASUS with the IP number first via a web browser and see what happens.

When you finally make it into the ASUS, pick "Ethernet Adapter" mode.
Basically just set it up as if you were using the ASUS to connect to the internet on the computer.
When you can use the internet normally on the computer via the ASUS then just unplug the ethernet cord from the computer and just plug it into the X-Box. Then all you do is go into the network settings on the X-Box to set it up as a LAN/cable or "what ever" connection NOT wireless. The X-Box should see it as a LAN because you are using the Ethernet port.
I haven't done it on the X-Box but I did set it up that way on my BlueRay disk player and it works fine.

Nice thing about this ASUS is you can use the USB port on the X-Box to power the router INSTEAD of the power cord so every time you turn the X-Box off the router should turn off. (if you don't have an external cooling fan on the X-Box using it) Another good thing is you can actually use a longer Ethernet cable to get the ASUS closer to the main router (near a power outlet of course).

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If you are using an access point or a router to get onto the internet you have to ensure that the unit has been set to accept the Xbox 360 as an authorized unit.

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I can tell you that you are not alone. I cannot tell you the exact reason why but I am hardwired in myself and experience the exact symptoms you have scribed. I believe that it is simple a Xbox Live service problem. I work for a cable internet provider and have tried everything that can possibly be done to tweak and tune a connection and it still occurs.

I am not sure what the use as the communication protocol but if it is "SIP" based that would explain alot about why we are constantly being booted from party's.

I would definatally recommend hardwiring your xbox to a router though. You could be having wireless channel overlap from a neighbor that could me dropping the connection. Another possibility is if you have any file sharing utilities "bit torrent" ect. running, that will cause inconsistancies. You may also have someone else mooching on your wifi.

These are just suggestions, Hope this helps..

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you need to set static ip's for the xbox 360 and the lan that is on the pc, easy to bride the two connections on your computer, then set static on the lan that the 360 is plugged in to, example:
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You will need a high speed internet connection, a modem, a router, and a wireless networking adapter. (microsoft brand).

For installation, please contact me so i can guide you.

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he should first switch his xbox 360 before his uncle check the electricity power source in the house.

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You must sync the 360 with your controller. Turn on your 360 and your controller. Push the little black button on the front of your console, then hold the little tiny button on the top of your controller for a few seconds. This should sync them.

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