Issues with Network Bridge

So I've never had a problem connecting to live before, only within the past month or so.

I've deduced that my Network Bridge cannot get its own IP, and therefore when I create a bridge, my internet connection drops out.

I've looked up everything I can think of, but to no avail.

So I'm asking you all for help. Hopefully someone has gone through a similar issue and knows how to fix it.

Help?

Hi,

Yes I've seen this many times it is very much dependant on the wireless adapter and its drivers. Most of the times this can be fixed by forcing the adapter into promiscuous mode

support.microsoft.com/.../302348

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Actually I've tried this. The problem with that, is that the adapters don't show up under any list. ._.

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Are you using Win7 or Vista? If so run the command prompt as administrator, if you can see your wireless adapter in your network connections they should show up in the list

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Your computer must have two ports for internet. One wireless and one for an Ethernet cable. If you are using a computer with Windows 8.1 programming, you will have issues. Using command prompt, try to find your network. From there you open Properties and share the network with your console via Ethernet cable. If this does not work, try connecting a wireless adapter to your console. They sell them at WalMart and they look like a small box with antennae's on it. I have used both methods before and they have worked without a problem.

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Hey there, DovaDoVulom! This thread is nearly 3 years old. I'm unsure how you found this to help people out, but I really do appreciate your enthusiasm to help others! Please check out some more recent threads of people looking for assistance and drop some knowledge on them. Thanks so much for your suggestion, and I look forward to seeing you post up more often! :D

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Last updated November 20, 2018 Views 473 Applies to: