Does this still work?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 Support Archive' started by Lew2290, Jun 16, 2009 with 8 replies and 338 views.

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  1. Lew2290

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    Lew2290

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    ohh.. nice :smile:

    How would you do it if you have your 360 wired to your laptop and have them bridged?
     
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    You're gonna need a new tutorial, the one you were looking at is for Wireless Connections. I know there is one around here, just search.
     
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    Couldn't find it searched under Wireless Connections Lag Switch.
     
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    Are you kidding me? Why would you search for wireless when you clearly just said you had wired? <_<
     
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    But my laptop has a wireless connection :tongue:

    I'm taking the Ethernet cable from my laptop to my Xbox then going to bridge the connections. How would I run a lag switch from that?
     
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    It doesn't matter what your Laptop has. Your Xbox 360 gets internet from a cord. You have a WIRED CONNECTION. <_<

    Just to point you in a general direction, to make the lag switch you are gonna use that ethernet cable that connects the 360 and the laptop.
     
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    Lew2290

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    Oh alright, so then i just cut out the orange one and connect it to the switch and yeah... alright thanks.
     

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