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Old 01-31-07, 08:43 AM   #2
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Default Re: Connecting 360 and PS3 to a single ethernet adapter?

So let me get this straight... you want to hard wire both the 360 AND the PS3 to your wireless router? Don't most wireless routers already come with 4 or 5 RJ45 ethernet ports on the back? If you bought the 60GB PS3 model then just use the wifi adapter that is included to connect the PS3 to your router and hard wire the 360. If you want to go completely wireless then buy the wifi adapter for the 360. You can probably get a good price on it off Ebay.

Edit: After reading your sig I see you have the 20GB PS3. If your plans are to buy an additional switch to extend the amount of ports avaliable to you then make sure you either buy a crossover cable to connect the new switch to your old router or use the "X-OVER" port on the new switch and a straight through ethernet cable (read the online manual to make sure the switch has an X-OVER port).
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