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Will biterr sucesfully connect to xbox-hq from his Xbox?
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biterr
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Post Posted: Mon May 16, 2022 5:21 pm   
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I have mission to use xbox-hq on my Xbox (from 2001). I plan to use Linksboks from here: https://www.xbox-hq.com/html/modules.php?name=Xbox_Homebrew&op=view&gid=108&title=LinksBoks but I don't know how to connect my Xbox to internet outside my house. Anyone know how?


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Post Posted: Wed May 18, 2022 12:39 am   
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Iím not entirely sure what you mean by outside of the house connection. Are you referring to connecting to your modem/router in order to have internet access for browsing?
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Post Posted: Wed May 18, 2022 1:26 pm   
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Iím not entirely sure what you mean by outside of the house connection. Are you referring to connecting to your modem/router in order to have internet access for browsing?
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Post Posted: Wed May 18, 2022 9:43 pm   
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These days it should be as simple as plugging an Ethernet cord into your Xbox from your modem/router. Nothing needs to be done until you want to transfer files viaFTP. In which case, youíll just need to get the IP address of the Xbox from your network settings. Some dashboards have the IP on the Home Screen. I hope this is what youíre looking for.
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Post Posted: Fri May 27, 2022 12:35 pm   
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These days it should be as simple as plugging an Ethernet cord into your Xbox from your modem/router. Nothing needs to be done until you want to transfer files viaFTP. In which case, youíll just need to get the IP address of the Xbox from your network settings. Some dashboards have the IP on the Home Screen. I hope this is what youíre looking for.


Is tbere any way to plug xbox to pc and with connection from PC to xbox acess internet?
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Absolutely. All you need to do is plug an Ethernet cord from the Xbox to your router or modem. If you want to transfer files you can do so via FTP. Most popular is probably Fillezilla
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Absolutely. All you need to do is plug an Ethernet cord from the Xbox to your router or modem. If you want to transfer files you can do so via FTP. Most popular is probably Fillezilla


My cable isn't enough long to connect to router, how to bridge network in Fedora?


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Post Posted: Sat Sep 24, 2022 6:19 am   
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Dkoots wrote:
Absolutely. All you need to do is plug an Ethernet cord from the Xbox to your router or modem. If you want to transfer files you can do so via FTP. Most popular is probably Fillezilla


My cable isn't enough long to connect to router, how to bridge network in Fedora?


Using the Network Configuration Tool in Fedora, you should be able to add a route between the secondary (Xbox-connected Ethernet adapter) and primary (Internet-connected Ethernet or Wifi adapter) network devices or bridge the two connections.

At the shell prompt, execute the following commands:

  • ipconfig -a (or it may be ip show addr)
  • netstat -ra

Post the output from running these commands.


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Try the steps outlined in these tutorials to create a bridge between the two network adapters - Xbox-connected and Internet-connected.



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To me, an even better thing to do is to share the Internet-connected adapter's connection with a second network adapter:

https://fedoramagazine.org/internet-connection-sharing-networkmanager/


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