Xbox Network Configuration

Here is a simple guide on how to do Xbox network configurations.

Xbox Dashboard

1) Go to Settings of Xbox Dashboard, select Network Settings.
2) You will find IP Settings, DNS Settings and other options.
3) Click IP Settings, you can select Automatic to obtain the IP and other network information from DHCP server or router automatically. If not, select Manual to set IP address, subnet mask and gateway manually.
4) After that, back to previous menu and select DNS Settings. Select Automatic to obtain DNS server information from DHCP server or router automatically, else select Manual to set it manually.

Xbox 360 Dashboard

1) Go to System Blade of Xbox 360 dashboard, select Network Settings.
2) Click Edit Settings, then go to Basic Settings. You will see IP Settings and DNS Settings and other options.
3) Click IP settings, you can select Automatic to obtain the IP and other network information from DHCP server or router automatically. If not, select Manual to set IP address, subnet mask and gateway manually.
4) After that, back to previous menu and select DNS settings. Select Automatic to obtain DNS server information from DHCP server or router automatically, else select Manual to set it manually.

Here are the Xbox network configurations for unofficial replacement dashboards installed on modded Xboxes.

Evolution X Dashboard

If you use Evolution X Dashboard, set the following settings on [Network] section of your evox.ini file:

[Network]
#Note: Set “Yes” to set up network, “No” to disable network.
SetupNetwork = Yes
#Note: Set “Yes” to set static IP information. Set “No” to obtain the IP information from DHCP server or router.
StaticIP = Yes
#Note: Set IP and other network information. This is only applicable if you set StaticIP = Yes. Change the network information as according to your network. Below shown is just an example.
Ip = 192.168.0.2
Subnetmask = 255.255.255.0
Defaultgateway = 192.168.0.1
DNS1 = 192.168.0.1
DNS2 = 0.0.0.0

Avalaunch Dashboard

Here is the Xbox network configuration for Avalaunch Dashboard by editing Avalaunch.xml file.

#Note: Set “1” to set up network, “0” to disable network. Set “static” to assign IP information manually, set “dhcp” to obtain the IP information from DHCP server or router.

#Note: Set IP and other network information. It is only applicable if you set static option. Change the network information as according to your network. Below shown is just an example.
192.168.0.3
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
192.168.0.1
0.0.0.0
#Note: Set 0 to disable proxy, set 1 to enable proxy. Only enable it if you use proxy to access Internet.

#Note: Proxy IP and port number
10.0.0.1
8080

UnleashX Dashboard

You can edit the config.xml file if you use UnleashX Dashboard:

#Note: Set “Yes” to set up network, “No” to disable network. Set “Static” to assign IP information manually, set “DHCP” to obtain the IP information from DHCP server or router.

#Note: Set IP and other network information. It is only applicable if you set static option. Change the network information as according to your network. Below shown is just an example.
192.168.0.100
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
192.168.0.1
192.168.0.7

Media X Menu (MXM) Dashboard

If you use MXM Dashboard, edit mxm.xml file to add the Xbox network settings:


#Note: Set “FALSE” to assign IP information manually, set “TRUE” to obtain the IP information from DHCP server or router.
FALSE
#Note: Set IP and other network information. It is only applicable if you set FALSE option. Change the network information as according to your network. Below shown is just an example.
192.168.0.3
0.0.0.0
255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0

That's all the Xbox network configuration.

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