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#1 zoe

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Posted 17 December 2003 - 08:01 PM


cant join a game. does this look ok




[4:54:58 PM] X-Link configuration inspection begins..

[4:54:58 PM] Attempting Socket Bindings..
[4:54:58 PM] Attempting X-Link Data Stream Bind (34518 UDP)..
[4:54:58 PM] FAILED: Address in use
[4:54:58 PM] Attempting X-Link Data Stream Bind (34518 UDP)..
[4:54:58 PM] FAILED: Address in use
[4:54:58 PM] Attempting XBConnect Hosting Stream Bind (8602 UDP)..

[4:54:58 PM] Attempting Port Loobpack Tests..
[4:54:58 PM] FAILED: Address in use
[4:54:58 PM] FAILED: Address in use
[4:54:58 PM] 8602 -> OK (192.168.0.150)

[4:54:58 PM] Initialising WinPCap control layer..

[4:54:58 PM] Enumerating WinPCap NICs:
[4:54:58 PM] Realtek 8139-series PCI NIC

(MS's Packet Scheduler) -

DeviceNPF_{84BAB1F9-52A2-42A6-8EDF-51032B618D54}

[4:54:58 PM] Checking IsGood status of NICs:
[4:54:58 PM] Realtek 8139-series PCI NIC

(MS's Packet Scheduler) = 1

[4:54:58 PM] Attempting Promiscuous Control:
[4:54:58 PM] Realtek 8139-series PCI NIC

(MS's Packet Scheduler) - STARTED
[4:54:58 PM] Realtek 8139-series PCI NIC

(MS's Packet Scheduler) - STOPPED

[4:54:58 PM] MAC Capturing:
[4:54:58 PM] Listening 5 seconds on Realtek 8139-series PCI NIC

(MS's Packet

Scheduler)

[4:55:03 PM] UPnP Enumeration (WAIT):
[4:55:03 PM] UPnP Init failed.. skipping enumeration..

[4:55:03 PM] XServer External Test:
[4:55:03 PM] Sending request..
[4:55:03 PM] Waiting 5 seconds for reply..
[4:55:03 PM] XServer accepted connection..
[4:55:03 PM] Server -> Sent 3 test packets to 24.210.145.232 - HTTP

response was 24.210.145.232 , full was

[4:55:08 PM] Tests complete... post in the forum if you need to.






Dont see a local box

Edited by zoe, 17 December 2003 - 08:57 PM.


#2 helpmeplz

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Posted 17 December 2003 - 09:11 PM

do you have xbconnect running looks like that the udp port it wants to use was in use make sure you have any tunneling service closed before running Xlink?
also make sure you have the xbox searching for a game
make sure that you have port forwarding if your using a router
also make sure the ip and the lan card your using are in the same subnet and ip range as your xbox or router if you using a router instead of dual lan cards like me biggrin.gif
try running in safe mode as a test
if windows xp make sure the built in firewall is disabled or properly configured
try installing Winpcap 3.01 beta
might have a unique mac there was a post for a special rc2.exe if that is the case biggrin.gif
mabe setup a ICS connection if you have dual lan cards running on the machine


See I know a little wink.gif

btw zoe I am sum what of a newbie to xlink =) but something in that list should fix it i read a lot in these forums biggrin.gif im bored at work all day lol jester.gif

Edited by helpmeplz, 17 December 2003 - 09:15 PM.





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