Adding my xbox as a Second Local Area Connection

  Conniving Monkey 00:50 12 Sep 07

Hi, I am new at networking and I was wondering if there is a way to add my xbox to my "Network Connections".

If I can do it that way can you give me the instructions, step by step?

I use a router and a modem that goes to my room then I use a switch (hub), I have connected in the switch 3 ethernet cables.

1st: Internet coming into my room.
2nd: Ethernet cable going to my Xbox.
3rd: Ethernet cable going to my PC.

And if there was a way to FTP my xbox can you tell me step by step? Thanks.

  mgmcc 09:25 12 Sep 07

<<< I was wondering if there is a way to add my xbox to my "Network Connections".>>>

If both PC and Xbox are already networked via the Network Switch, which in turn is connected to the Router for DHCP addressing and internet access, what "Network Connections" do you want to add the Xbox to?

  irishrapter 19:40 12 Sep 07

AFAIK you can only FTP to a "chipped" or "modded" xbox. (Xbox one that is, I don't know if you can on a Xbox 360)

  Conniving Monkey 20:06 12 Sep 07

I want to add the xbox to my network connections and yes I do want to add the xbox. I do have an xbox but it is not "chipped" or "modded". I dont want to FTP the xbox I just want control of the internet going into the xbox so at night when I am not using it I can just disable it.

  Conniving Monkey 01:34 13 Sep 07

Here is some pics

My Network Connection Folder
click here

Pic of how I got my internet hooked up
click here

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