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Belkin F5D7330 game adapter multiple devices


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#1 OFFLINE   dpeters11

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Posted 02 September 2007 - 05:45 PM

Does this bride/game adapter work with multiple devices? I've got an HR20-100, xbox 360 and a Toshiba A20 HD-DVD player, and am having real problems getting them on the net. The game adapter is connected to a hub which has the devices connected. I know at one point the HR20 was getting an Internet connection, it is not now. The xbox, which I just added I got connected, but having problems with it. Is there a good simple way of connecting all the devices to the net? I don't have any network jacks, the DSL modem is upstairs. I thought about a homeplug w/ hub but wasn't sure if it would work (old house, some of the wiring is old.) I never have a problem with my laptop being on wireless, or my wii which is running wireless.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

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