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Follow these steps to connect your Xbox 360 to your wireless network.
You can modify your console's settings so that updates are downloaded automatically or have to be downloaded manually.
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These easy-to-use devices enable you to create a high-speed network connection anywhere in your home via an adaptor that plugs directly into any electrical wall outlet. To establish a wired connection, you need four things: (1) a high-speed Internet connection (that is, cable modem or DSL service; satellite, 3G or 4G mobile connections, and dial-up services are either not recommended or supported); (2) a router and modem compatible with Xbox LIVE (that is, any routers or modems marked as “Compatible with Windows 7,” “Works with Windows Vista,” or “Certified for Windows Vista”); (3) an Ethernet cable, which must be purchased separately; and (4) a minimum of 128MB of storage space on your console (if you plan to join Xbox LIVE).
Like all game consoles, there are occasional updates to add new features such as social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, etc or the ability to play different types of files.
Xbox Live has two types of offerings, free and Gold Membership.
Before you can connect your Xbox 360 to your wired home network, you have to connect your console to your network port or router (or modem) via the Ethernet cable.