I have a wired router (Netgear RT314) hooked up to my cable modem. Recently, I got the DLink DI-514 so we get wireless connectivity.
I am running into problems with XLink and XBConnect. I have the ports 34518, 34519, 8602 and 6703 (all UDP) forwarded to the IP address of the PC that's running XLink and XBConnect on both the DI-514 and the RT314.
I can log into XLink and XBConnect, and both programs see my Xbox. However, in XLink, when I try to join a game by double clicking on an open game, I can see the other players in the game as well as myself (in XLink), but on my xbox, I go to search for a new game, it just says games not found or the game session is no longer available.
On XBConnect, I can set my xbox to look for an available game, and on XBConnect, click on a server to join, but it says "Connecting...." then "Trying alternate methods of connection..." then ultimately fails to join any games.
Can someone please give me some suggestions? My xbox has a Linksys WGA11B wireless gaming adapter attached to it. The DI514 wireless router's "WAN" port is hooked up to a port on my RT314.
The PC that's running XLink and XBConnect is hooked up to the RT314, not the DI514. Will this make a difference?
Also, before anyone suggests getting rid of the RT314. I cannot use the DI514 as my sole router, eliminating the RT314, since my ISP requires all new routers to be registered and this is a PITA.
I've read about xtest. Is this a prgrams we have to download? How does one use it?
Thanks in advance.
Edited by burgerboy, 18 December 2003 - 10:36 AM.