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Click Upload Click Upload File From a URL Click Upload Click on arrow beside paperclip Click Manage Attachments to Add or Remove attachments Click on name of File 03-02-2013, 01:46 thanks! 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites GaZZuM    0 0 1 post June 11, 2009 Posted June 11, 2009 Same problem here, and the suggestion It works fine when the laptop is plugged into the router with an ethernet cable.Im am also the same as you wired xbox and wireless pc my pc doesnt pick up This'll help me. weblink

Still nothing happen and I was angry. Click Upload Click Upload File From a URL Click Upload Click on arrow beside paperclip Click Manage Attachments to Add or Remove attachments Click on name of File 03-02-2013, 02:24 I am noticing that when I go to "Media Streaming Options", the 360 is not listed on local networks, but only when I select "all networks".I have checked the subnet masks Im using the same internet as my neightbour ( internet cable through the wall) Is there any1 who can give me some tips so I don't need to worry about my

try turning it off completely and retry and see if you have joy, and then configure accordingly if it does work Quote January 8, 2010,18:54 #12 TheCoProxamolKid View Profile View Forum My Xbox and two phones are wireless. The xbox is connected wirelessly so it is not connected using a guest wireless network or on the 5Ghz band rather than 2.4 Ghz band.

Than everything took care of itself!!!I'm so happy. I have the XBox connected wirelessly using WPA2-Personal and it's operating in 802.11g/n mode. I am noticing that when I go to "Media Streaming Options", the 360 is not listed on local networks, but only when I select "all networks".I have checked the subnet masks The other gets the error don't have permission.

This solution should be added to Microsoft's site because it would solve a lot of people's headaches. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Prev 1 2 Yesterday I tuned on the one pc with Vista on, but could not connect to a mapped drive. Real numbers which are writable as a differences of two transcendental numbers What movie is this? http://forums.xbox.com/thread/421311.aspx Browse other questions tagged windows-7 windows-xp bridging or ask your own question.

View 2 Replies View Related Cisco Switching/Routing :: Add N2K To Existing N5K - Can't Ping Devices Mar 5, 2012 I have several cabinets with top-of-rack N2K's attached to N5K's via How can I remove an Online Account? Either only the laptop can be connected, with the 2 other devices being offline, or just the desktop and not the laptop.Whenever I gain access to the internet via the desktop, Starting the uPnp service and disabling the "allow other users to connect through this connection" didn't work unfortunately.

Can't connect to XBOX 360 with windows 7 Page 2 of 2 First 1 2 Jump to page: Thread Tools Show Printable Version January 3, 2010,15:46 #11 Warhead84 View Profile View View 2 Replies View Related Cisco Switching/Routing :: 1921 Router To Ping The Local Devices Connected To Network Feb 7, 2013 I wounder if there is any way to ping the Quote February 8, 2010,18:31 #17 Dj_Lushious View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Junior Proxycon Emperor Joined Jan 2001 Location Killimanjaro Posts 12,084 Re: Can't connect to XBOX 360 How to show that something is not completely metrizable Count trailing truths This is my pillow How to gain confidence with new "big" bike?

It's a router problem i guess, some sites mention stuff about multicast and some about uPnP and others about forwarding ports..but none are clear about which one is ACTUALLY needed.. have a peek at these guys asked 6 years ago viewed 27874 times active 2 years ago Related 1How to you bridge a LAN and a Wireless device on Windows XP by hand?0Why is my network bridge Click arrow next to paperclip. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads

The switch learns all routes in my enterprise LAN and can ping devices in the enterprise LAN, but I can’t ping any interface on the switch from the enterprise LAN. 2. Click arrow next to paperclip. But i cannot ping that test server from the work stations. check over here windows-7 windows-xp bridging share|improve this question edited Aug 29 '10 at 19:56 asked Aug 29 '10 at 17:31 D.

I've confirmed the XBox IP Address through Network Map, the Device Table on the modem and through Network Settings on the XBox. View 1 Replies View Related Can Ping Ip Address Not Name Sep 24, 2012 2 windows 7 machines.at work..They are both laptops. Starting the uPnp service and disabling the "allow other users to connect through this connection" didn't work unfortunately.

The second computer doesn't connect, and the first computer shows no sign of anything different.

You've pinpointed that it's the router. I take it your xbox has internet connectivity when connected to the router? __________________ To take a screenshot on a PC or Tablet: How to take a screenshot To post a Strout Aug 30 '10 at 0:31 You should be setting things up to share the wireless connection to the wired connection. try turning it off completely and retry and see if you have joy, and then configure accordingly if it does work I just forwarded more ports (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911728) and now it shows

The same thing happens whether i am connect using the Local Area connection or wireless, so 2 different NICs, same laptop though.the laptop can ping any outside address, the firewall is Then just plug a cable between them both and the "host" laptop should assign the one without wireless capabilities a random IP on a DCHP server the "host" created. Attached Thumbnails 03-02-2013, 12:44 PM #13 TheCyberMan < On Extended Leave > Moderator - Networking Join Date: Jun 2011 Location: The Cyberverse Posts: 7,371 OS: W8 http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-the-xbox.html I can't ping the router from the laptop and vice versa.

Some wireless, others wired? I have the router in 802.11g/n mode but don't devices negotiate on what mode it uses based on the adapters capabilities and so that's why it's showing 802.11n on the Xbox At first I wasn't able to ping any network devices but after creating an ICMPv4 Firewall rule it worked fine.