Xbox Live Connection

My router has a USB connection rated at 12 MBPS. Can I use that to run Xbox Live through USB?


Or can I connect a Apple Air ethernet adapter where I convert the USB to ethernet?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 1 Applies to:

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The only way you can connect through USB is with the Microsoft wireless adapter.

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Do you think I would be able to convert the USB connection to ethernet so the 360 would accept it? I have one of those Apple Air ethernet adapters.

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The console is made to connect via ethernet or wifi. Trying to work around with a USB connection may end up being slow and causing unnecessary lag. Is there a reason you don't want to connect via ethernet cable?

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I have a modem with both a USB and ethernet connection. The PC gets the ethernet...I know a router would be the best option, but that will cost extra money that I do have, but would rather not spend at the moment.

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We don't recommend a USB-ethernet adapter. Would you be able to provide the USB connection to your PC, and use the ethernet cable for your console? Provided your modem supports two different devices in that manner.

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