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Joined: 29-November 03
Member No.: 77683
Ive got exactly the same problem and hav'nt found away to fix it yet.I must of read every networking guide there is now.If you could get a bit more info for these guys you will have better chance trying pinging your xbox and ipconfig and put down the findings.If u manage sort will you let me know how you fixed it..........dave
Joined: 6-June 03
From: Illinois, USA
Member No.: 42388
Xbox Version: v1.0
First of all, be sure that your NIC card in your pc is set to use a static IP address Below i'll give an example setup senario. Use a crossover cable to go from your xbox to PC. PC NIC example settings: IP: 192.168.0.2 Gateway : 192.168.0.2
Xbox IP: 192.168.0.3 Gateway: 192.168.0.2
Be sure that everything is set to use static IP addresses.