Ok, so I doubt this is possible, but maybe somebody knows how to do it. I have a Linksys WUSB54G USB wireless adapter that is collecting dust in my closet. (http://XS Filter - 110506 - 1/cfzvo7l) Now, I know that I can't use it directly via USB on my Xbox 360, but is there a way to convert the USB cord to an RJ45 cord so that I can connect it to the ethernet jack on the back of the Xbox in order to establish a wireless connection? Essentially tricking the xbox into thinking it's connected to a LAN. My biggest concern would be how to tell the adapter which network to connect to, but maybe there is a way to assign it a static IP that is locked into the network. Shot in the dark I know, but it would be nice to re-purpose my adapter and ditch my old laptop bridge method.
Also, I'm not looking to buy any new hardware (other than usb-rj45 converter or parts to make one) and I fully realize that buying an official wireless adapter is the easiest method. Just looking for a fun DIY project.
Edited by drydenlong, 21 November 2011 - 05:24 AM.