Originally Posted by C0deM0nkey
Hey I had an Idea that I don't think would break any regulations. Find someone who could program something that would send the signals of that wireless controller was sending to a PC back to a Xbox 360 Over LAN network connections. The xbox 360 if connected does have an IP address. I would strongly suggest you find out whether it would break any rules or laws but I think It would be more feasible than some solutions.
All you need for that to work is the 99.00 usb adapter, and modified software to recognize the controllers signal, and you could program it to use your routers wireless, sorta like an adhoc system. For those who don't know an adhoc system is simply using multiple routers conncted to each other wirelessly
for huge massive devices over a great distance to connect to the net using the same ip. For instance like a software company adhocing all the pc's and buying like say 2 ds truck connections to support all the pc's online. Ds connections are 1 gig per second connections that cost roughly 7500 a month. They are owned by private internet companies and NEVER lag. I REALLY wished I could get one where i'm at, as money for me is no object. But anyway back to topic. I could buy an adapter and try rewritting or making my own software for windows xp pro to work on my linksys wireless and then send it straight to the xbox via the wireless on my router. You can't have it send the signal over ethernet cable as xbox can't interpret controller inputs over ethernet cable, only wirelessly. Because of the way the master chip on the controller is hardcoded. Hardcoded meaning ROM. Read Only Memory. As opposed to RAM, Random Access Memory. I will try above mentioned and let everyone know the results. BTW, Happy NEW YEAR