QUOTE(lordvader129 @ Jan 10 2005, 11:36 PM)
you wont be able to do it with a router, each xbox needs its own internet IP address (the router just issues LAN IPs and uses a single internet IP)
what you can do is if your rotuer has an uplink port plug your modem into that and then plug each xbox into another port (basicly just using the router as a switch)
I've had 2 xboxes, on live, behind a router, using NAT.
Most ISPs here charge extra for extra IPs and don't hand them out by default, hence the necessity for NAT.
Here is an interesting post which talks about how this guy could only get 2 xboxes on Live from the one IP, not 3, http://forums.xbox-s...howtopic=338065
Edited by Gumba, 11 January 2005 - 03:47 AM.