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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: XBox 360 MTU Failed with Router
ive got ur solution right here guys...
go to start - run - type in "regedit" (without parenthises)
paste this in and search
if it searches and wont find it then youll have to go folder to folder manually its not hard.
then inside of the interfaces ,
youll see a bunch of giberish numbers and letters. theres are your routers/modems/etc.
just click on each of them until you see in the right colum theres a MTU value, under the Name tab
(note some people have more then 1 MTU value so youll try to have to mess with stuff to find out which one is ur router)
So we finally found our MTU.
right click it and click the decimal button.
then type what u need it to be ^_^ hope this helps..
this was all on a Windows XP idk if it works with all comps.
and once u change the value.
restart ur comp to make the effects take place
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
SOURCE: Mtu setting
In some cases, MTU is not necessary to adjust. Its always automatic and
defaulted to 1500. The router model that you have doesn't have MTU
settings. You can download the User's Manual HERE. You must do port forwarding and open the xbox live port so you can play xbox live. If it keeps on telling you about MTU, you must set static IP address on your xbox's settings and power cycle your devices.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
you have to enable wi fi in your router for that you need to access it.
Coonect your router to 1 computer with ethernet cable then access following link
then type username as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "password"
Then go to wirelesss and enable wi fi .
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
You can do that by configuring your router. Look for the default ip address of yoour router, it can be found in your router's manual. After you found it, run internet explorer and type in your ip address (ex. 192.168.10.1). There you o just enter your username and password and your on your way to the configuration process. Go to internet setup and under DHCP Internet Connection Type you can change MTU there. Just give it a try...
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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