QUOTE(Drefsab @ Mar 1 2010, 01:58 AM)
I hope thats not the case because that makes this £60 wireless dongle I just bought useless
The reason I bought it is I cant run ethernet to where the 360 is, so im ether taking my laptop over to the box and connecting it up on a temp basis or moving the 360 every time I need to alter some files.
Plus if it was just a case of dropped packets why does the FTP service itself stop responding to the wireless. To test though I just tried hooking my laptop up with Ethernet directly to the 360 and ftp'ed files from my network (wirelessly) and it worked fine. If the 360 can't handle a couple of hundred meg of files being moved thats poor indeed.
i have had similar issues with my laptop do u get a timeout error?
the laptop being able to xfer info without problems could be the wireless card could be strong in the rx/tx dept
i know when i tried to dl ubuntu linux for my ps3 (a 651mb iso) and my router was only 3 feet away from me i would always get dropped packets and it would fuxx my download so i went to my cable since i was in the same room and it came thru just fine
is your router an N router?This post has been edited by SBEEZY: Mar 1 2010, 03:17 PM