Im sharing a wireless netowork with my neighbour. He has the router which brings the signals to my flat. I connect to this router with my pc wirelessly.
Because my pc is situated pretty far from where i have my xbox, i just recently bought a Linksys GWA54G wireless ethernet adapter to to link my xbox with my pc, rather than keep having to move the pc/xbox and using a crossover cable.
Now the connection is great with the new setup. I get great speed for ftp and streaming through xbmc (using ccxtream).
Ive got 2 wireless netowrking cards in my pc so i can both be connected to the internet and to the xbox at the same time.
So here comes the problem: Id like to share my internet connection from my pc to the xbox in order to come online with the xbox. (the signal from my neighbour is too weak where the xbox is, but my pc is in good range.)
Ive read serveral ICS guides on the net (as no are spesifically published here at x-s forums). But i cant get the internet connection sharing to work.
The card im using for the xbox has a static ip (192.168.0.1) as usual with ftp'ing etc. The other card which i use for the internet has a dynamic ip. Ive set up the Internet Connection Sharing service for the xbox-connection-card specifiying that it should connect to the internet through the other wlan card.
Ah, and by the way i try to connect to the internet through xbmc (2004-04-19 build), trying to start the weather service and imdb. (I dont know any other way to test if im online.)
Shouldnt this be more than enough to make things work?
In advance, thanks for your help, its much appreciated!
Edited by Buzzzlightyear, 22 April 2004 - 08:11 AM.