GUIDE UPDATED JULY 14, 2011, 12:02AM EST PLEASE! Read through this guide thoroughly before performing, this will cause less confusion. Complete Setup Guide What's XBConnect? XBConnect is a tunneling program that will (long story short) carry a system link connection between servers, so basically it's "System Link Online." This program is starting to grow slowly in popularity ever since Microsoft shut down LIVE for Xbox Originals, while thousands of people still played Halo 2 daily... Those poor fellows... So what you're saying is...? You will be able to play Halo 1/2 (And any other Xbox/360 title) Online without the LIVE service getting in the way! So let's get started! First off, you need the following things. Xbox Console (X360 will work too, wireless works with Originals on a 360 Console) PC Internet Connection Methods of Internet Connection Click HERE for multiple ways to Wirelessly connect your Xbox properly. Credit for link goes to XBConnect staff member Dustin Westaby. If everything is wired on your part, you don't need to go to the link above. How to Bridge your connection (If needed) How to Create A Connection Bridge For Xbox Live [youtube]oUy-_MqsGG8[/youtube] Moving on... Now that you have your Xbox and PC are on a shared internet connection, let's get started! First, go online and download the following things, INSTALL IN THIS ORDER! XBConnect WinPCap Okay! Now that they're installed, go to XBConnect, the first time you run it, they will ask you to make an account, which is free. So go ahead and do that! Once you are logged in, it will look like this. Next, you need XBConnect to detect your console. So you will want to do the following steps, which will be located in the spoiler below. Finding Your Console You're console was detected! Now, click OK, then find a server and double click it, a new windows will pop up like this. Once you have done that, games should start popping up on your screen, just select one and you should be in! If you play Halo 1, there is a pretty decent chance that the game will fail to let you join in, because Halo 1 was never meant to go online, thus, isn't very stable on XBConnect, but when you get in, it's hella fun! Have fun!!