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Xbox live on this laptop

Ok, im trying to configure the ethernet port on the laptop to be able to share the internet with my wireless card. on the control panel in 'network and internet connections', and it says:
-set up or change your internet connection
-create connection to the network at your workplace
-set up or change your home or small office network
-set up wireless network for home or small office
-change firewall settings

which do i do to configure the ethernet for xbox live?
PLEASE HELP!

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I assume you have a crossover ethernet cable.
put the my network places on your desktop.
right click on desktop/properties/desktop/customize desktop/tic
then on the network places icon on desktop right click/properties
right click on wireless and bridge devices
they are now sharing the same ip
be sure and remove /delete bridge when not sharing as the ip will stick forever likely.
that should do it if you need more info /open my computer and hit help and search for internet connection sharing as the firewall may need to be configured.

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