What I have: 802.11g router running DHCP assigning addresses 192.168.15.100-150, two PCs, two XBOXs, two floors.
What I want: Xbox on second floor to be on same network as all other clients without running cat-5 or buying an xbox wireless NIC.
What works: Xbox on second floor is connected to XP PC's 10/100 Mbps NIC via crossover and PC is connected to router via 801.11g card. Using internet connection sharing in XP I've connected 2nd floor xbox to internet successfully.
Whats wrong: The XP PC is acting like another DHCP server assigning the xbox an address in the 192.168.0.x range thus making that xbox invisible to other clients on the .15.x network
What I've tried (without success): Changing the router to assign .0.x addresses as well, configuring a static IP on the xbox in the .15.x range with a gateway of 192.168.0.1 (PC 10/100 IP address) Can't find any settings/registry values that govern the ICS DHCP
Any ideas? -- Thanks
Edited by byersjus, 06 December 2004 - 02:12 AM.