Question about Microsoft Wireless Network Adapter Xbox 360 (SKWIFIX360)
OK, i just got the 2 prong xbox wireless N network adapter last week i set it up and on the xbox network settings got a 4/3 bar signal to my router but i randomly keep disconnecting for no reason i can barely stay online for 10 mins without this happening i can reconnect fine but it keeps doing it, also when i finally get to play a game like MW2 i cant find a game until about 120ms ping and when i play it's a very laggy yellow bar or red dot connection why is this happening...My last gen single prong adapter worked just fine i had a full bar connection on MW2 and i found games at 50 to 65ms ping so i dont know why this one isn't working..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try resetting your router and reconfiguring. Secondly try using a different wireless security mode that the 360 adapter supports. If the router is a linksys, that could be the problem. Linksys has a very common drop problem. I have found that D-Link has better integrity for wireless devices. Also try putting another device on the network via Wireless, if the same result, replace the router. Also, you can do a search on google for wireless router tweaks, to optimize the router for and xbox wireless connection. One more thing. be sure you force an ip address for the adapter in the settings area on the 360. That promises the same IP everytime it connects. Then go into your router configuration and forward the ports for xbox live, the wireless connection may not even be dropping, but a port problem with live while trying to authenticate your game system
The following ports must be available for Xbox Live to operate correctly:
• UDP 88
• UDP 3074
• TCP 3074
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
Reset your AX by holding a pin or pen tip and count to 20.
Plug Airport Express
Wait a few minutes
1. Open Airport Utility
2. Manual Setup
3. Airport Icon -> Wireless Mode -> Join a wireless network
4. Network Name -> Enter the SSID of your Linksys router
5. Choose the same wireless security that you are using on your Linksys Router
6. Wireless Password -> Enter the wireless key that is on your Linksys router.
In the Music Icon, you should be able to find "Enable iTunes"
AX will continue to blink for a bit, perhaps a minute, while it searches and connects to the Linksys Router.
Should turn green.
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Posted on May 12, 2008
you need to assign a static ip address to each inside your router they are more than likely using the same ip address
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
You can try fixing this using Xbox360 repair guide that covers almost all xbox 360 problems, you can get a copy from here
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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