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Not able to connect my x box live and computer to split internet axess the lady at xbox live gave me new port udp #'s but I don't know how to set that up. the router is a zonet 1134we

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I have sent in a question to the zonet company, i m trying to resolve your problem

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Xbox360 live setup


You need to forward these ports on both your router, and computer aswell as firewall you got one of those.

  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)

You might aswell need to open 1863 (UDP and TCP) if you want to use video chat for the kinect.
Listed ports need to be forwarded when connecting to XBOX Live
A more detailed guide to setting it up is available here: http://support.xbox.com/en-us/xbox-360/networking/network-ports-used-xbox-live

Nov 15, 2013 | Netopia 2247NWG-VGx Wireless Router...

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Microsoft XBox Live and the 2Wire HomePortal


source: http://support.2wire.com (please visit!)

The Xbox Live service is compatible with all current and previously shipped versions of 2wire software. Simply connect your Xbox unit to the 2wire network and log on to the Xbox Live service.
If you are experiencing problems connecting to the XBox Live service, follow the troubleshooting procedures provided in your XBox Live documentation or XBox Live CD sleeve.
If you continue to have trouble, here are some additional troubleshooting tips:

1. Reconnect your Xbox to the 2wire Homeportal


Turn off the Xbox and unplug your 2wire HomePortal from the electrical outlet.

Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the Local Ethernet port on the 2wire HomePortal.

Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the back of the Xbox console.

Plug your 2wire back into the electrical outlet and wait for all lights to turn solid green before proceeding.

Turn on your Xbox console (without a disc in the tray).

From the Xbox Dashboard, choose Xbox Live.

In the network settings, test the connection. The connection test should pass.


2. Create custom 2wire Homeportal firewall settings

Although a custom firewall setting should not be required, manually configuring your 2wire firewall ensures that it is not preventing your connection to the Xbox Live service.

HomePortal software version 3.x

From your computer, open a browser and type: http://homeportal into the address line to access your 2wire configuration pages. Alternately, you can type: http://gateway.2wire.net

Under the list of Connected Devices you should see a device labeled "unknown device". This is the Xbox unit.
Click on "View your home network" link in the same box.
Click on "Edit firewall settings" next to the unknown device.
In the lower left-hand corner of this screen, click on "Add a new user-defined application."
Enter "Xbox Live" for the Application Name.
Select Protocol "TCP".
In the port "From:" and "To:" boxes enter 53. Do not change the other settings.
Click on Add.
Repeat these same steps for the following ports and protocols:

Port Protocol
53 UDP
88 TCP
88 UDP
3074 TCP
3074 UDP

Click on "Done" in the lower right corner.
Under "Select a Host Computer" select the "unknown device".
Under "Select the Application(s)" click on "User-defined."
Select "Xbox Live" in the box on the left and click "Add."
Click on "Done" in the lower right corner.

HomePortal software version 2.x

From your computer, open a browser and type: http://homeportal into the address line to access your 2wire configuration pages.
Click on the "HomePortal Upgrades" button and if you have an upgrade available, download the upgrade. If you do not have an upgrade available, continue to next step
Under the list of Connected Devices you should see a device labeled "unknown device". This is the Xbox unit.
Click on "Advanced" link in the same box.
In the lower, left-hand corner of this screen click on "Add an application" link. Enter "Xbox 1" for the application Name.
Select Protocol "TCP"
Leave the Protocol setting as "Other".
In the port "From:" and "To:" boxes enter 53. Do not change the other settings.
Click on DONE on the "Add Application" page.
Repeat the same steps for the following ports and protocols. You will need to create a new name for each entry:

Xbox 1 53 UDP
Xbox 2 88 TCP
Xbox 3 88 UDP
Xbox 4 3704 TCP
Xbox 5 3704 UDP

Click on DONE on the "Hosted Application" page when you are finished creating the list above.

on Apr 26, 2008 | 2wire 2700HG-B Router (2700HGB)

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Why is my online play sputtering


With the limited information you have given me, I do believe it is because you're having connection issues, probably due to something downloading, or your connection is just plain being overused while you play.
Some ways to solve this can be to stop any downloading while playing, check all your computers and see if any torrenting programs are running.

Another is to open your ports on your router, and to initiate UPNP (universal plug and play).
From the official Xbox 360 Port Forwarding help center:
http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-live/connecting/network-ports-used-xbox-live

Xbox Live requires the following ports to be open:
  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)
Note If you cannot chat with someone using Video Kinect, you might need to open port 1863 (UDP and TCP).

The link also contains information on how to find out who manufactures your router, which you will need to know in order to find the proper way to change the settings.

Oct 16, 2013 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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I got a Motorola wired modem and it dosn't let me play xbox live why?


you may have to open a port that you xbox can use to connect to xbox live
    • 1 Connect only your Xbox and computer to the Internet. Disconnect all other devices. This is done to easily determine the Xbox's IP address, which is used in the Port Forwarding process.
    • 2 Open the Windows Command Prompt from the Start Menu. Click "Start > Run...," then type in "cmd" and hit "OK."
    • 3 Enter "ipconfig" n the command prompt. A list of IP addresses pop ups. Write down the IP address of your computer.
    • 4 Open your router setup utility through a web browser. Use the given directions from your router manufacturer to do so. Generally, the configuration page is opened by inputting the router IP address into the URL in the following format: http://123.456.7.8/ (where the IP Address number is unique to the router manufacturer).
    • 5 Open the "DCHP Client List" section of the router setup utility. This lists the devices currently connected to the Internet through the router, which is your computer and Xbox. Write down your Xbox's IP address (in this case, the one that is not your computer's IP address).
    • 6 Navigate to the "Virtual Servers" or "Port Forwarding" menu in your router setup utility. Most manufacturers have a side menu on their router setup utility, which is generally a section under your "Firewall" settings.
    • 7 Input the following port numbers and your Xbox's IP address into your router's port forwarding configuration:
      TCP 80
      UDP 88
      UDP 3074
      TCP 3074
      UDP 53
      TCP 53
      Placing these numbers in the port forwarding menu opens up the required ports that your Xbox needs to connect to the Xbox LIVE network. Save this configuration.
    • 8 Start up Xbox LIVE to check your connection. If you have no problem connecting, then you have successfully forwarded the required ports.

Jun 04, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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My xbox 360 won't connect to xbox live as a wireless connection. i am with talk talk.net. it was fine when i was a btinternet customer


You probably have to forward the proper port on the new router that talk.net gave you. Go to http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm and look up your router for detailed instructions on how to accomplish this.

Xbox Live requires these ports to be open:
Port 88 (UDP)
Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
Port 80 (TCP)

For video chat on Kinect:
1863 (UDP and TCP)

Apr 06, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Im trying to connect to live and I connected to the internet but not xbox live


Xbox live requires some ports to be open on your router. Make sure the following ports are forwarded through your internet router to the IP address of the Xbox.
On Xbox's site below they have some instructions for the most common router manufacturers.

From the Xbox website: http://support.xbox.com/en-us/pages/xbox-360/troubleshoot/kb/xbox-kb.aspx?kbid=908874
Xbox LIVE requires the following ports to be open:
  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)
Note If you cannot chat with someone using Video Kinect, you might need to open port 1863 (UDP and TCP).

Mar 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hi, I have a Dir-600. I'm trying to have Open NAT on this, cause I want to play Xbox live without any trouble. I have opened ports 87-89 UDP, 3073-3075 UDP and TCP. I assigned these ports to my Xbox...


NAT STRICT

Step 1 : Connect Router - Computer ( Wired )

Step 2 : Open Router setup by typing http://192.168.0.1 on the address bar of the internet explorer

Step 3 : The Default Password is admin

Step 4 : At the top Click Advanced

Step 5 : On the left Click Firewall Settings

Step 6 : Enable DMZ

Step 7 : give the IP Address of the Xbox/PS3/Wii in it

Step 8 : Uncheck the option Enable SPI

Step 9 : Click Save Settings

Step 10 : Test the connection

let me know if this works

Regards
TOM

Sep 20, 2010 | D-Link DIR-600 Router

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Xbox360 elite


contact the router company have them walk u through make sure these ports are open
If you have not already forwarded ports for your xbox through your router then that may be your problem.

The following ports must be available to your Xbox 360 console for Xbox LIVE to operate correctly:


  • TCP 80
  • UDP 88
  • UDP 3074
  • TCP 3074
  • UDP 53
  • TCP 53
  • May 27, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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    Firewall settings blocking internet from Live. I know which ports need to be open, but i dont know how to open them (I have a U.S Robotics router)


    You must do port forwarding now to resolve the firewall problem. Call xbox on what port you must forward on the router's admin page for the xbox live. If I remember it correctly, xbox live uses port 3074 TCP and UDP, 88 TCP and UDP, 53 TCP and UDP, 80 TCP and UDP

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    Ip address for xbox live


    ok, firstly i hate these problems.
    first things first, switch your hub off (leave for 2 mins) switch back on, this may refresh the ip address, also switch your xbox off.. then try agian.
    Get back to me and let me know what happens from here.

    oh also are you connecting your xbox to the pc? or directly to your broadband hub? if you can connect it directly to your hub, this should solve any problems

    Aug 07, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Console

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