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Set up an Xbox on a Cisco Small Business VOIP Router

Set up an Xbox on a Cisco Small Business VOIP Router

Document ID: 108671

Updated: Dec 12, 2008

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Introduction
How can I set up an Xbox on a Cisco Small Business VOIP Router?
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Introduction


This article is one in a series to assist in the setup, troubleshooting, and maintenance of Cisco Small Business products.

Q. How can I set up an Xbox on a Cisco Small Business VOIP Router?

A.

Note: Before proceeding, please note that Linksys does not support the configuration of Xbox™. The following instructions simply tell you how to configure the?router for the Xbox™, not the game console itself. For technical support on the Xbox™, contact Microsoft.

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Step 1:
Power down the Xbox™ and connect a regular straight thru Ethernet cable from one of the numbered ports on the?router and plug the other end of the cable into the Xbox™'s Ethernet port.

Step 2:
Power on the Xbox™ without a CD on the tray then the Xbox Dashboard should appear.?

Step 3:
Select Settings then press A on the controller.????

Step 4:
When the Xbox Live screen appears, select Network Settings then press A on the controller.

Step 5:
When the Network Settings screen appears, select IP Addresses then press A.

Step 6:
Under Configuration, select Automatic then press A on the controller. Take note that the IP Address being shown will be the Xbox™'s IP Address. Press B to return to the previous screen.

Step 7:
When the Network Settings screen appears, select DNS Servers then press A.

Step 8:
Under Configuration, select Automatic and then press A on the controller to save the changes. Press B to return to the previous screen to check the PPoE settings.

Step 9:
When the Network Settings screen appears, select PPPoE Settings then press A.

Step 10:
Under Configuration, select Off then press A on the controller to save the changes. Press B to return to the previous screen.

Step 11:
Once the Network Settings appears, select Connect and then press A to test the connection.

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Updated: Dec 12, 2008
Document ID: 108671