Is there a way to take a internet/network connection from a wireless router that will enable the wireless signal to be put out through another device that allows ethernet cables to be run from it? Basically, I want to eliminate two long ethernet cord connections (PC and XBOX 360 Live) but do not want to spend $50 on wireless card for PC and $99 on an XBOX wireless adapter. Thank you. P.S. - Or less, there is a way to run XBOX Live from a wireless card that is running on a PC.
Your friendly nutcase
15th December 2002
You could connect the Xbox to a computer or laptop, and bridge the network connection. That way you'd have a wireless signal going to the computer, and then a cable to the Xbox.
Yes, bridge it, or allow internet connection sharing on your wireless adaptor
Revenge was here.
25th April 2007
I used internet connection sharing and worked fine for me
21st January 2005
How do I bridge the network connection?
Also, with internet connection sharing, where would the ethernet cord plug in from the xbox 360?
I would die without GF
15th March 2006
You select the two that you want to bridge, right click one of them and choose bridge.