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Trying to get my xbox set up with wireless, due to the new apartment putting the TV on the opposite side of my dsl modem. I can game okay with this setup, and testing with my laptop the wireless signal is decently strong. However, I am unable to get more than "1 bar" with netflix.
I've tried different wireless channels to no avail.
Running an ethernet cable across the house and into the 360, I get 4 bars every time with Netflix. So it doesn't appear to be a problem with the dsl itself. My laptop gets a steady 400KB-500KB transfer rate from the intertubes when it's sitting right next to the xbox, so I'm not sure bandwidth is the issue.
Anyone have any experience using netflix with wireless? Are there some routers that work better, or is this a lost cause? I know SOME people get 4 bars with wireless, so I guess what I'm after is understanding the requirements for this to work.
My modem is a 2wire 1000HW, if it matters. It's a pretty old model but it supports 802.11g just fine, which should be okay with the xbox.