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Old 04-21-2007, 07:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yes I need some help. I know this is not the right place to post this thread, but I figured I would get the most help here. I just build a Kick *** PC just around 70 days ago. I also have an Xbox 360. Now my problem is that I need to connect these but my bridge from my computer to my Xbox is screwing up my modem.

This is exactly how I have it connected.

Modem - Computer - Router - Xbox 360

Also I my dad connects wirelessly through the modem.

I know there is a fews to fix this but I don't know the cheapest and easiest.

My bridge overrides the modem so there won't be any wireless autosigning dhcp.

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Number one, your setup is totally wrong. You should run
Modem > Router <PC
A "router" should have at least 4 LAN ports and 1 UPLINK or WAN one. Also, make sure you dont have two DHCP's running at the same time. This should explain alot of things.

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