Here's my problem. I live in an overly populated area, and usually only get to turn on certain games during the afternoon on week days (scheduling issues). I live in the second largest school district in the state, and besides all of the grade and high schools, we also have a college. Unfortunately, not long after I log on, the local high school gets out, as well as the grade schools. The Freshman high school class alone is close to 2000 kids (plus teachers & staff). So, when all of the literally thousands of kids & adults get out of school and turn on their cells, go home and turn on their computers, cable TVs, and anything else that takes up server space, I hit a big bandwidth drop. As a result, the workout programs that I use tend to either crash, or lag to death.
Since I can't expect thousands of kids to wait for me to finish working out, I can't afford to move right now, and I don't have a better time to work out, I need to disconnect my Xbox from the internet. Is there any way to do this, other than just pulling the plug? If the info helps with a solution, I had a wireless connection in the past, but have since gone wired. I am using an Xbox Slim that is just over a year old.