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Topic # 35900 16-Jun-2009 23:02
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Hi all,


I'm hoping someone can help me here, I'm getting an error saying I can't connect to Xbox live and I need to check my router configuration/MTU settings - which needs to be at least 1324 or something? This means nothing to me, I've tried all the tests suggested on the Xbox website, and I can't find the settings anywhere on my routers config page (Thompson ADSL2+ wireless - Telecom supplied) Nor can I find a NZ contact number for Xbox. Any ideas/help would be much appreciated.


Thanks

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  Reply # 225729 17-Jun-2009 00:31
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Same problem here, xbox live is probably down...

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  Reply # 225731 17-Jun-2009 01:14
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It is down. You would have received a message from Microsoft in your Xbox live some days ago that on Tuesday Xbox live will be down for maintainence....




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  Reply # 225752 17-Jun-2009 08:55
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Xbox Live went down last night and will stay down for up to 24 hours while they do 'maintenance'. If you ask me, they're bringing new stuff (maybe full retail games) onto the Marketplace.

No need to change MTU settings. 1500 works for most cases.




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  Reply # 225756 17-Jun-2009 09:23
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Righteo, no worries here then, I don't activly check my live inbox so probably missed it. Thanks for your help

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  Reply # 225763 17-Jun-2009 09:48
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No worries. I freaked out a bit as well, but then I remember reading on the RSS feeds I get daily.




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