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Xbox and tivo

I have an xbox and i want to connect it to my router motorola 2442.i connect my xbox to the lan port of my router but it keeps on giving me error.and i aloso try to connect my tivo from directv to my router and it's not even working.what should i do?help me!

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What is the error you're getting from the XBox? Log into the console with no game in the tray and go to the network settings and try to detect the network connection.
Also, did you get that router from Vonage? Their support page for that router is HERE: http://www.vonage.com/help.php?article=1087&category=103&nav=3 and may be able to provide you with additional information.

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