Problem z podlaczeniem do neta


(Temirek29) #1

Pierwszy mój post na forum więc witam wszystkich .

Pod choinkę sprezentowałem sobie xboxa360.

W zestawie dostałem kabel do neta , i mam na płycie głównej Karte sieciowa

Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI Fast Ethernet NIC.

I probuje podłączyć konsole do internetu.

Mam xbox live wykupiony na rok.

Mój dostawca internetu to American Online . inaczej AOL , ktory twierdzi ze xbox live działa na aolu .

Konsola wykrywa połaczenie WIred ale przy pobieraniu adresu jest zawsze Filed. Podpowiedzcie mi co mam zrobić .

Microsoft Windows XP [Wersja 5.1.2600]

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C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>ipconfig


Konfiguracja IP systemu Windows



Karta Ethernet Połączenie lokalne:


        Sufiks DNS konkretnego połączenia :

        Adres IP autokonfiguracji . . . . : 169.254.152.80

        Maska podsieci. . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.0.0

        Brama domyślna. . . . . . . . . . :


Karta Ethernet Połączenie lokalne 2:


        Sufiks DNS konkretnego połączenia :

        Adres IP. . . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1

        Maska podsieci. . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0

        Brama domyślna. . . . . . . . . . :


Karta PPP {}:


        Sufiks DNS konkretnego połączenia :

        Adres IP. . . . . . . . . . . . . : 172.200.249.241

        Maska podsieci. . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.255

        Brama domyślna. . . . . . . . . . : 172.200.249.241


Karta PPP {}:


        Sufiks DNS konkretnego połączenia :

        Adres IP. . . . . . . . . . . . . : 172.142.140.244

        Maska podsieci. . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.255

        Brama domyślna. . . . . . . . . . : 172.142.140.244


C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>

Ustawienia "ipconfig" Dziękuje z góry za pomoc . Złączono Posta : 28.12.2006 (Czw) 21:59

Xbox Live System Requirements




PC Requirements:


-- Computer with Network Interface Card (NIC) 


-- Windows 2000 or XP


-- AOL 8.0/9.0 


-- Gateway device and cables i.e. router/modem


-- Or alternative connection method with Microsoft ICS plus USB ADSL modem (as provided in your AOL Broadband pack) and Ethernet cross-over cable or hub


-- Free Ethernet port




Xbox Live Requirements:


-- Xbox console and controller


-- TV


-- Xbox Live subscription


-- Xbox Live demo disk


-- Straight Ethernet cables for router of Ethernet cross-over cable/Microsoft system link cable or Ethernet hub (with normal Ethernet cables) for ICS




Connecting your Xbox to the Internet with AOL Broadband




There are currently two solutions supported by AOL to connect your Xbox to your AOL DSL Broadband connection.




Solution 1:


This is the most affordable solution, which uses Internet Connection Sharing [ICS]. This is where you connect your gaming console to your existing AOL Broadband computer. You will need to use a special Ethernet cable (known as cross-over cable), plugging it into a spare Ethernet port on your computer and sharing the connection using Internet Connection Sharing. Your computer acts as a gateway and must be powered on at all times while playing online. Note: Currently this works with AOL 8.0 and above only.




Step 1: Click here to set up ICS on your computer


How to configure Internet Connection Sharing


1. Sign on to AOL 


2. When you have signed on, click on the Start menu button, then move your mouse cursor to Settings, then click Network and Dial-Up Connections. The Network and Dial-Up Connections window will appear.


3. A small window should now appear showing some icons, of which one will be called Local Area Network, and another will be the connection you use to connect to the Internet, (Internet 2). If you do not have at least two icons, your PC is not able to act as a Microsoft ICS host. Check to make sure your network card is installed correctly.


4. Assuming you do have at least two icons, select the icon for your Internet connection, for AOL this is Internet 2 connection. This should be the connection you wish to share. Right-click it, and then click Properties.


5. In the Properties dialog box, click on the 'Advanced' tab and then click the check box stating you wish to enable Internet Connection Sharing.


6. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box.




With these steps completed, your PC should now be configured to share your existing Internet connection. If you have not already done so, now is the time to set up the cable connections between your console and PC.




Step 2: Once your computer is enabled for Internet Connection Sharing, follow our instructions to complete the set up of your Xbox to play games online




You can connect to your Xbox Live via an Ethernet cross-over cable or via an Ethernet hub




To connect via an Ethernet cross-over cable: 


1. Turn off your Xbox and PC. 


2. Take your Ethernet cross-over cable, and locate the free Network Interface Card port on your PC. Connect the cable firmly until you hear it click into place. 


3. Take the other end of the same Ethernet cross-over cable and push it all the way into the Xbox Ethernet port until you hear a small click. 


4. Switch on your computer. 


5. Sign on to AOL and check that you can access the Internet. 


6. Enable Internet Connection Sharing on your PC


How to configure Internet Connection Sharing


1. Sign on to AOL 


2. When you have signed on, click on the Start menu button, then move your mouse cursor to Settings, then click Network and Dial-Up Connections. The Network and Dial-Up Connections window will appear.


3. A small window should now appear showing some icons, of which one will be called Local Area Network, and another will be the connection you use to connect to the Internet, (Internet 2). If you do not have at least two icons, your PC is not able to act as a Microsoft ICS host. Check to make sure your network card is installed correctly.


4. Assuming you do have at least two icons, select the icon for your Internet connection, for AOL this is Internet 2 connection. This should be the connection you wish to share. Right-click it, and then click Properties.


5. In the Properties dialog box, click on the 'Advanced' tab and then click the check box stating you wish to enable Internet Connection Sharing.


6. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box.




With these steps completed, your PC should now be configured to share your existing Internet connection. If you have not already done so, now is the time to set up the cable connections between your console and PC.






7. Turn on your Xbox console with no disc in the disc tray. 


8. From the Xbox Dashboard, choose Xbox Live. Or, play a game on your Xbox Live Starter Kit disc and choose the option for Xbox Live play.  




Please Note: You will need to repeat steps 5 and 6 every time you want to connect to your Xbox Live to play games online.  




To connect via an Ethernet hub: 


1. Turn off your Xbox and PC. 


2. Turn on your Ethernet hub and locate the free Network Interface Card port on your PC. Connect one 


     Ethernet cable from your hub into the free port on the computer firmly until you hear it click into place. 


3. Take the other Ethernet cable from your hub and push it all the way into the Xbox Ethernet port until 


     you hear a small click. 


4. Switch on your computer. 


5. Sign on to AOL 8.0 and check that you can access the Internet. 


6. Enable Internet Connection Sharing on your PC


7. Turn on your Xbox console with no disc in the disc tray. 


8. From the Xbox Dashboard, choose Xbox Live. Or, play a game on your Xbox Live Starter Kit disc and choose the option for Xbox Live play.  




Please Note: You will need to repeat steps 5 and 6 every time you want to connect to your Xbox Live to play games online.






Solution 2: 


This is using a gateway device - a router as recommended in the Wired networks and Wireless networks sections of the AOL Home Network site - for the connection. With this solution your computer does not have to be switched on to allow you to play online. Plus this is ideal if you require a home network, allowing you to share your AOL DSL Broadband connection between your games console, your computer and other devices.




Step 1: To use a router to connect your Xbox to to play games online, you first need to set up a home network. Click here for advice on how to do this.


Step 2: Once your home network is in place, follow our instructions to complete the set up your Xbox to play games online






HOME NETWORKING




Home networking allows to share the intenet connection between computers to enable multiple users to access the internet at the same time on different computers connected to the network together via a communication channel.




WIRED NETWORK


-- Remember, ALL phone lines in the house must have a filter plugged into them (as with any DSL broadband service).


-- You no longer require your AOL Broadband modem as the router already has a modem inside. 


-- Each computer is linked to your router via a physical connection, the Ethernet cable. 


-- You do not need to leave your main computer on for other computers on the network to access your AOL Broadband connection.


-- To use Ethernet for a home network, each computer needs to have an Ethernet card. Most computers come with them built in. You can check your manuals to confirm that you have an Ethernet card in your computer or check the back panel for an Ethernet port. 


-- To connect an Ethernet home network you need enough Ethernet cable to run between your router and all the computers involved. The maximum recommended cable length for each computer is 100 metres.


-- We recommend that Windows 2000 or Windows XP computer operating systems are used plus AOL 8.0 upwards for all AOL recommended setups.






WIRELESS NETWORK




-- A special wireless router connects to your phone line (remember to use your filter) and this now connects to AOL for you.


-- You no longer require your AOL Broadband modem as the router already has a modem inside.


-- This router transmits radio signals to connect with each computer.


-- Each computer needs to have a wireless adapter to communicate with the router. You can use a wireless card, about the size of a credit card but a little thicker, that slots into the side of your laptop, or a wireless USB adapter that plugs into the USB port of your computer.


-- You will need to configure your adapter to communicate with your wireless router. 


-- You do not need to leave your main computer on for other computers on the network to access your AOL Broadband connection.


-- We recommend using Windows 2000 or Windows XP and AOL 8.0 upwards for the AOL recommended router home networking solutions.


-- All routers, including wireless routers, must be configured using a wired connection first. Once the router has been configured you can then begin setting up wireless adapters to connect to the router.

TO co otrzymałem od Aol .

Udało mi się zrobic tak ze moj ex sciaga juz ip adres ale niestety mam problem z DNS ... pisze Failed