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How to connect to XboxLive via 1800HG 2WIRE+Linksys adaptor?

How can I connect to Xbox Live with my 1800HG 2WIRE Router and a linksys USB Wireless-B 2.4Ghz (802.11b) adaptor without using my PC? (I can connect using my PC-Internet).

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The easiest way to connect to Xbox Live without using your pc is to buy a
wireless network adapter for your Xbox.

You would then go into the system settings on the Xbox and configure the settings for your wireless network.

http://www.xbox.com/en-US/hardware/x/xbox360wirelessnetadapter/

Xbox 360 - direct to internet - No PC.

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