The problem that I'm facing right now is that another xbox console in the house is using the same wireless adapter that I use and can connect to our router using 802.11n, while my xbox is only connecting via 802.11g. We have multiple cordless phones in
the home and I have a feeling the interference can be causing issues with me since I can't use 5 vs 2.4. Is there any chance this can be causing NAT or connectivity issues for me? ...or am I like the guy that goes to the doctor with a cold, but went to webMD
the day before and won't stop asking if the symptoms really mean cancer?
If you have cordless phones operating on the same frequencies and channels as your router in between your Xbox and router, then that can definitely cause interference. A simple way to check is, what happens when you unplug the Phone Base's power adapter?
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