Is there anyone on here that's pretty familiar with Broadband hardware and Xbox Live?
I have had my Xbox out of the Pawnshop for a little over a month now, and I was just wondering, if anyone here could help me get it back on to Xbox live, I've tried to connect a few times, but it always says your Xbox can not connect to Xbox live, so I go through the trouble shooting bit and it gives me some crap about my "DNS":
The DNS Servers could not be reached.
Check these possible options:
-If your Xbox console is connected directly to your modem, verify the DNS Servers settings match the settings provided by your ISP
-If your Xbox console is connected to a router, verify the DNS Servers settings are set to automatic.
see www.xbox.com/connect for more information"
My Xbox is connected via Wireless Adapter to a Linksys Wireless-g 2.4 ghz broadband router - what should I do?
I just figured it out, kinda - how do I turn the UPnP implementation off?
This firmware version is Xbox Live Compatible.
Note The UPnP implementation on the Linksys WRT54g with firmware 2.02.7 has been discovered to prevent users from being able to connect to Xbox Live. If a user is unable to connect to Xbox Live with this specific router model/firmware, they may get connected by turning off UPnP in the router's settings. Microsoft is working hard with Linksys to repair this issue as soon as possible." - Microsoft