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Hooking up xbox 360 to router

I have had it done before but cannot remember how to do it do i hook the routewr up directly to modem or hook up to back of tower

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Hi, If I may assume, currently the modem is connected directly to the back of the tower (PC) by a lan cable. To connect the AP/Router, remove the LAN cable from the back of the PC and connect it to the WAN input of the router. With another LAN cable, connect one of the 4 ports of the router to the LAN card of the PC. Go to the router's Web Configuration Utility and make sure Wireless, SSID, broadcast and DHCP is enabled. For the moment, WEP, WPA and MAC Filter off. See if you can connect you XBox 360. Hope this be of help/idea to you. Good luck and post back should you need additional information. Kind regards.

Posted on Aug 25, 2007

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