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uglymaggot

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does anyone kno any good online lan software for xbox (tunneling software)
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Ok as alot of people are checking this topic i decided to do some good old research (i'm answering my own question :wave: )
anyhow there are two good tunneling softwares 1)Kai Xlink 2)XBC (xbox connect if i'm not mistaken) i'm using XBC only for the reason i could not download Kai Xlink but XBC is good i cant say anything about Kai Xlink but people say it is equally good. :)
hope this helps :)
P.S. :both these softwares are free and legal have fun.

heres the links
Kai Xlink: http://www.teamxlink.co.uk/
XBC : http://www.xbconnect...005040121254611

Edited by uglymaggot, 30 September 2007 - 01:29 AM.

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Do you have any luck finding other users? What games have you been using it for? It appears that XBConnect has dedicated servers, is that true?

I was interested in this myself :).
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Yes there are alot of users but most of them play halo2 .I've only played Halo2 so far.There is farcry and all but not many people play them. I dint think there are dedicated servers but i cannot be sure (i am also kinda new to XBC) but i will try to clear any doubts you may have :wave:

hey i got the name of another program its called Leaf just go here http://www.leafnetwo...box-config.html

register after installation but i cannot join any game u need friends online (i think) if u get this software look me up im uglymaggot or sergio we'll game hahahaha :)

Edited by uglymaggot, 03 October 2007 - 04:29 AM.

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It looks like the Leaf Networks is just a program that allows you to have LAN parties without needing a crossover cable. Unfortunatly my Halo 2 disk doesn't play anymore but I would like to get some Battlefronts 2 going on there. Maybe later this week when I have had more than two hours of sleep.
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cool dude tell me when and you can add me or i'll add you battlefield2 is awesome
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Alright, that sounds good. It will probably be this weekend. I work nights so our time difference won't matter.

Edit: Sorry, Star Wars: Battlefronts 2 not Battlefields 2. I almost picked up the PC version of Battlefields the other day too...

Edited by Titan8990, 03 October 2007 - 10:58 AM.

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:)
sorry dude i dont have that one but first lets get to learn how to use it
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Alright I will send you a PM later this week. I might try to fiddle with it a bit myself if I manage to find the time.
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Ya me to i cant seem to get to any network
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