I see a router. All I see is needed is the cable from the XBOX to the (Microsoft) router. If you were to try to use the PC as some sort of bridge, that's a fun idea, but double NAT'ing is beyond most.
Instead get a long cable or a Wifi for the XBox.
I have a wireless network setup at my house using MICROSOFT BROADBAND BASE STATION (Router) and Wireless USB adaptor.
Im on the computer that uses the usb wireless pc adaptor (MN-510). I want my xbox in my room to connect to the internet. Since i don't have the base station (Router) in my room obviously i can't hook it up to the base station which is down stairs. I search around and also read on this site that you can do a shared internet connect or bridging.
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Since i'am using one of my USB port on my computer for my (USB WIRLESS ADAPTOR) i have a ethernet slot open where i can connect my xbox to my ethernet port using a cross over cable. but i can't get it to where it sharing internet. I'v tried ICS and bridging but i can't seem to config it properly.
Can anyone help, or has successfully shared connection on a wireless network.