When manually setting the Network settings for my 360 I need to input the same values I saw in automatic mode right? After that my 360's IP should be static right?
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The guide on port forwarding.com says I need to see my 360 IP to an address thats outside my DHCP range.
My DHCP range goes from .10 to .100, so I should set my 360's IP either to .125 or .130 correct?
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Hey mate, this guide has specific info on how to set up a static IP address for your Xbox 360. Please let
me know if you still have issues after following those steps.
I already done those steps. I just need to set my 360 IP address to a number that won't be in my DHCP range.
Yes I would recommend you:-
A) Use DHCP reservation to reserve the same ip address for your Xbox each time on your router, then set your Xbox ip address to auto. Some routers don't support DHCP reservation though (see B)
B) Set a static ip address outside the range of your DHCP server range, if the DHCP server range uses up the whole subnet just make the range smaller on your router.
What would be a good number to set my 360's ip to Shadowman? My DHCP range is from .10 to a .100..
.anything above .101 but below .253
Do I need to manually input my DNS settings as well?
It seems that my auto sign in stops working when I give my 360 a static ip address. I then have to manually sign in at the dashboard.
Could my DNS settings be causing this?
Yeah that is sometimes a downside to using statics, can't you reserve the same ip address using DHCP reservation instead? What is the make/model of router?
My modem is a Westell 7500. I don't think it has a DHCP reservation function.
Anyway, will Manually inputing my DNS settings fix my auto sign in problems?