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muiltiple account xbox live networking problems

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ive been having trouble for some time now getting 2 live accounts to connect to xbox live at once(they both detect internet connection but wont connect to xbox live) only the first one to connect is succesfull. we used to be able to repeat connection attempts untill we finally got both connected and once we did we could play fine, but recently we cant even do that. we messed around with the MTU settings on our router(linksys150n wireless router) to get the other to connect but once one connects with the changed settings the other will dissconnect. ive also tryed putting the account from his xbox on a usb and transfering it to the other xbox but once he loggs on the account on my xbox we disconnect from live. ive tryed finding similar questions and from what ive been reading we should be able to use 2 live accounts from one internet connection at once, and we have before but since i changed the settings on the router we can only get 1 connected
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I know I'm a little late, but if you still need help, can you clarify if this is two different Xboxs, or just two accounts on the same Xbox?

EDIT -> I just reread your post and it seems that it's two separate Xboxs. Can you verify that uPnP is enabled in your router and that both Xboxs are setup to obtain their IP addresses automatically?

Edited by Spyderturbo007, 30 November 2010 - 10:44 AM.

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