Connecting xbox live to a wireless router. « on: June 12, 2008, 06:50:10 AM » got an xbox 360 lastnight, and I really need to figure out how to connect my wireless router to it. the first 2 tests are fine then it can't find the ip address.

I am not getting a good connection through my wrt54g router with my xbox 360 and I am wondering if a WRT54AG router would do the trick. I know it would probably do better with the windows xp 2005 media center. I recently bought an Xbox 360 for very cheap ($20AUD) and I didn't realize that I need a wireless network adapter to use wifi. My house doesn't have any ethernet ports, so this is quite troubling. I looked up the official network adapters and they are selling for $30AUD+ (for second hand ones!). I have a linksys wireless-n router and i have the xbox-brand wireless adapter for my 360. However, the router is downstairs and thte xbox is upstairs, quite a ways away, so my connection is very slow. It literally takes days to download things and the lag is so bad it is impossible to play several of my online games. Nov 07, 2008 · Hey, so I'm having some troubles with my Xbox 360 and my Router. I'm currently using a D-Link WBR-2310 wireless router. It has 4 wired ports and my 360 is hooked into those. I have no problem getting on xbox live, downloading content, or just playing, but I start having issues when I try to interact with my friends list. Nov 28, 2016 · To connect your Xbox 360 gaming console to a NETGEAR router's wireless network: Turn off your Xbox 360 and disconnect anything from the I/O port on the back of the console. Insert your Xbox 360 wireless adapter to the I/O port as instructed by the wireless adapter manual. Connect the wireless adapter cable to your Xbox 360 I/O port. my XBox 360 is connected to a wireless network using a WRT54GS and a range extender. it was working fine and suddenly the connection to the xbox was lost and it cant let an IP address from the router. …

I am not getting a good connection through my wrt54g router with my xbox 360 and I am wondering if a WRT54AG router would do the trick. I know it would probably do better with the windows xp 2005 media center.

The Xbox 360 is the second game console produced by Microsoft Corporation and is the successor to the original Xbox. I've got a Wireless-N router, and I just The Xbox 360 E console's built-in Wi-Fi communicating with a wireless router. Note You can use an Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter with the Xbox 360 E console. If your wireless router is not near your console, you may get a better wireless signal by using a wireless networking adapter.

An Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter is a device that allows another device to connect to the internet without being hardwired into a router.

The game console Xbox 360 has a list of compatible routers, that offer optimum performance for the console. But router models, not present on the list, can also work well with the Xbox 360. The reason for such a list is with regard to port forwarding. Certain ports must be opened on your router to allow the Xbox 360 to connect. I’m looking for a good router that can do 802.11b/g/n. It will be hooked directly to a Motorola Surfboard cable router and should work both with Xbox 360 wirelessly or wired and also with two Intel Apple Macs (iMac and Macbook) wirelessly. Feb 07, 2011 · the single is on a G wireless which means the maximum it can recieve is 55mbps the dual can recieve upto 300 mbps due to it being an N+ it depends on your router if your router can push N+ signla IE can give upto 300MBps then the dual is good, if your router is only a G router then it can only push 54 MBps then the dual is waisted same the the single if its a N+ router and single adaptor then Mar 29, 2010 · In this video I will be showing you how to setup XBOX 360 Wireless Adapter. This is a older video. Ethernet Network Cable Dongles are, by far, the easiest way to get your Xbox 360 on a wireless network. But they also tend to be the priciest. Microsoft's official wireless adapter is $87, which is absolute horseshit for a Wi-Fi antenna attached to a USB cable. But it looks the nicest and is super easy to use—just plug and play. Aug 27, 2008 · I have a 2 wire modem that has a power cord and an ethernet cable plugged into it, on my 2nd floor, it's dsl. So will a wireless networking adapter work with it, i'm going to buy one for my xbox 360. Please i need this question answered. So will it work with the router/modem upstairs thats connected to my computer? Feb 15, 2010 · I have an Xbox 360. I want to use Xbox Live because I want to play online. I have a home network set up with a Linksys wireless router. I hardwired my Xbox 360 to a ZyXel P-330W with an ethernet cord. I am trying to use my ZyXel P-330W as a receiver to receive the internet signal from my Linksys router.