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you are wrong. your router provides the ip-adress. make sure the router has o mac-filtering and check if dhcp is activated in router (it is supposed to be).
Now make sure the ip-settings in the consoel is set to "automatic".
Try using the HEX password instead of the ascii passphrase - also try to reset your AP temporarily in order to test the connection without ANY wireless security - if that doesn't connect, then the problem probably lies in the wireless router itself.
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:
360's static settings:
If the X-Box is trying to connect wirelessly to your network, you might need to access the router page and check the wireless settings and make sure that you have the correct encryption or network key, Check the MAC address filtering of the router and make sure that it is disabled or it is off, If you are using a D-link router it is under the Advance tab, Network filter, on the other routers mostly they are under security options, Now after checking those on your router follow the following steps
- Go to the X-Box Dashboard - Go to Network settings - If the X-Box is wireless you should have on option for wireless at the bottom of the page - Select your wireless network and test the X-Box Live - If it is a wired connections - Test X-Box Live It should now all connect and confirm the IP, DNS, ICMP - NAT may show as strict but it should be able to connect to X-Box Live - If you want to Set the NAT to Open - Check the IP address of the X-Box by going to Network settings then Edit settings - Then go to the computer again - Access the router page - Go to port forwarding normally located under an advance tab - Open the ports UDP 88, UDP 3074, and TCP 3074 (here's one example, http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Dlink/DIR-655/Xbox_Live_360.htm) - The IP address field must be filled with the IP address you got from the X-Box
Hopefully this solve's your problem sir
brakke_usaf..Good Luck and Merry Christmas to you and your family..
Here is a quick list of some trouble shooting steps;
1. Turn off you Xbox 360 console and inplug the internet connection going to it.
2. Go to your router and restore its factory defaults, then without the wireless adapter/ehternet cable plugged into the Xbox 360, restore the factory defaults on the console.
3. Turn off the console, and plug the wireless adapter/ehternet cable back in and power up again.
4. Go to the network settings link and press "A," then go down to the bottom slide (there are three total), and press "A".
5. Select your wireless network and test your xbox live connection.
For more help of tips, feel free to send me a message and I will be glad to help.
The 1st question I have is, are you using the official Microsoft wireless adapter (sold seperatly) manufactured by Microsoft? That is the first solution to this issue. If so you must go into your router settings using the home router IP address usually listed on the router unit and setup the router manually to see the microsoft wireless adapter (sold seperatly), try typing this ip address into your browser address line (192.168.1.1) this is usually a generic router IP address to access your router. Your 360 should have a MAC address listed when in the settings and that should be seen by the router as well. Also check your firewall settings to make sure that it allows wireless transmissions. ( My computer usually has to be running for it to see wired & wireless devices properly). I also prefer just running a wired network for connectivity issues with wireless, such as other electronic interferrence from cordless phones & microwaves as I sometimes get with my nintendo Wii. PAeasop
go to the system slide on your dashboard. click netowrk settings then click the box that has i.p. in it then amke sure it is set to automatic and make sure the box with DNP is automatic to. make sure your onnection is all correct as well
I believe the X-Box does NOT have Wifi built in?
(sic)Surprisingly, the Xbox 360 doesn't have wireless networking built in. If you don?t fancy using the wired Ethernet method, you can invest in a wireless networking adapter. Microsoft has its own adapter specifically designed for the Xbox 360, but third-party Wifi-certified devices will work just as well.(sic) From the below site.
So that may be ya problem?