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Can I use my 360 connection to go online on PS2?

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer' started by markelele, 25 October 2006.

  1. markelele

    markelele Non-League

    29 December 2005
    I have a 360 with Live using ICS. Can I just plug my ethernet cable into the PS2? I tried but it says the cable is not connected properly when it clearly is. Help is appreciated :)
     
  2. Cloud1863

    Cloud1863 Premiership

    10 December 2004
    Stoke City
    If it is a normal cat 5 ethernet cable then you should have no problem. Also look at the modem on the back of your ps2 and check that the lights are working when you try to connect or maybe try and stick in your network disc again.
     
  3. markelele

    markelele Non-League

    29 December 2005
    I have a slim PS2 so its built in. I don't know what cable it is it came with 360.
     
  4. Chris Davies

    Chris Davies At least, I think I am Staff

    14 May 2003
    Tranmere Rovers
    I've always had this problem. Works fine plugged into the back of the XBOX 360, plug it into the back of the PS2 and it can't see the connection. Tried absolutely everything, I've even borrowed my network engineer brother-in-law for an hour and he couldn't get it going.

    I gave up getting the PS2 online a while ago I'm afraid. :(
     
  5. DurexBandit

    DurexBandit Non-League

    21 August 2005
    Manchester
    If you're using the Ethernet cable that came with the Xbox with ICS on the PS2 then it wont work as the cable that comes with the xbox is a straight through cable but the xbox can still use it as a cross-over. Don't ask how but it somehow can =\

    Just purchase yourself a crossover cable and you'll be sorted mate :) Plus you'll be able to use the cross-over on both xbox and PS2.
     

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