Xbox 360 - troubles getting IP address (updated) Hello, I'm trying to figure something out. Here's my setup: Internet -> DSL Modem -> Primary Router -> Secondary 'bridge' router -> Xbox 360 My Primary router is setup in Access Point mode and is serving as the DHCP server for the network. My Secondary Bridge router is setup as a 'Wireless Ethernet Bridge". Both are setup to use WEP, same channel, same SSID, etc. The internet works fine for all wireless desktops and laptops. No problems picking up a signal. However, my Xbox 360 is connected via ethernet to the Secondary Bridge router, it has the DHCP server disabled so the primary router can handle it, DHCP lease time is set to infinite (but shouldn't matter on the bridge router, right?), and 'Use Internal Caching DNS Forwarder' is enabled. The 360 cannot connect to Xbox Live unless I force a Test Connection to Xbox Live". It goes through a process of verifying IP address, DNS, NAT, etc. Once this is done, the 360 is able to get onto the Internet and everything works fine (ports are forwarded and the 360 detects it as 'Open' NAT, aka none). I'm trying to figure out why the 360 does not have Internet access without running the connection test first? I've tried setting a static IP address on the 360, along with pointing the DNS at the primary router. However, this did not work and the 360 could not get on the internet at all. I've setup a static DHCP entry for the 360 on the Bridge router and tried on the primary router, to no avail. Hard coding an IP address to use on the 360 results in it not passing the connection test. Any ideas?