Note You can use an Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter together with the Xbox 360 S console. If your wireless router is not near your console, you may get a better wireless signal by using a wireless networking adapter. When you connect an Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter to an Xbox 360 S console, the console automatically uses the wireless adapter instead of the built-in Wi-Fi.
The adapter also has two "feet" that allow it to stand up on top of the console.
Note If you are using a wireless adapter and a Kinect sensor, use the wireless adapter extension cable included with the Kinect sensor to plug the wireless adapter into a USB port on the front of the console.
Supported wireless standardsThe Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter supports the following wireless standards:
|Standard||Connection speed||Radio frequency band|
|802.11a or A: Original Xbox 360 console only||Up to 54 Mbps||5 GHz|
|802.11b or B||Up to 11 Mbps||2.4 GHz|
|802.11g or G||Up to 54 Mbps||2.4 GHz|
|802.11n or N||7x faster than "G"||2.4 GHz|
|802.11n or N: Original Xbox 360 console only||7x faster than "G"||5 GHz|
Actual connection speed might vary.
Configuring your wireless settingsFor information about configuring your Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter, please see:
Network modesThe Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter supports ad hoc and infrastructure networks. Using an ad hoc network, you can connect multiple Xbox 360 consoles for system link play. For information about linking consoles together to play multiplayer games, please see:
For information about the grey Xbox 360 Wireless G Networking Adapter, please see the following article:
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