In article <5C650805-31CD-4220-ABCB-7D3BE6AB5F8F@microsoft.com>,
"Trevor Baker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I bridge my wireless and ethernet connections to connect my xbox to the
>>internet. This worked fine in xp and in a prior rtm install on vista
>>ultimate on this same hardware. It has not worked for me since I
>>reinstalled though. I've enabled compatibility mode via netsh and still am
>>unable to connect to the wireless network when the bridge is created. I
>>can connect to the wireless network just fine when I remove the bridge.
>> I've forced compat via the following command:
>> netsh bridge set adapter <adapterID> forcecompatmode=enable
>> "netsh bridge show adapter" shows both nics are in compatmode.
>Looks like this is a known issue:
>Has anyone called support asking for a hotfix before? Would I have to pay?
Contact Microsoft Product Support Services, as described in the
Knowledge Base article. To get the hotfix at no charge:
1. Tell them that you have the problem described in KB article 930517.
2. Request the hotfix.
3. Ask them to waive the charge for the support call.
4. Don't ask for help with any other issue.
Steve Winograd, MS-MVP (Windows Networking)
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