~Please Scroll Down to My second post as it explains my problem more clearly~ Hey guys, first of all, I do believe this belongs here, because my questions are about setting up the internet connection for the 360, not the 360 itself. I would like to connect my Xbox to the internet, but I cannot connect the Xbox to the router physically due to distance limitations. And I really don't want to dish out the $100 for a wireless adapter. My computer happens to sit right next to my Xbox. My computer is connected to my Comcast cable internet connection wirelessly via a wireless network adapter. After looking into the matter, I discovered that you can in fact connect the Xbox to the internet via the computer's ICS function. However, after trying to set this up, I kept getting the "192.168.0.1 conflicting error." I do not have control over all the computers in my network, so I assume that they are using this default IP. I know this isn't very well worded, but I need help. Is there anyway to configure the default ICS port so that it doesn't require 192.168.0.1? If not, what all am I going to have to do to get the stupid connection running? Also, if anyone knows of a less expensive known-to-work alternative to Microsoft's wireless adapter, I'd appreciate those suggestions too. Thanks in advance guys.