Nintendo DS Wi-Fi FAQ *Please read before posting a Wi-Fi question*

#371Piccolo113Posted 4/8/2010 10:27:48 PM
Sorry for the double-post. I just tried by entering in all the info manually, as well as having my computer set with a static IP.

That also didn't work. This just makes no sense to me at all. I don't understand how Nintendo has managed to make the most impossible-to-use online system ever...
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#372ktbanditPosted 4/12/2010 5:01:25 PM
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#373pokemon580Posted 4/20/2010 3:23:07 PM
when i try to hook my ds to my wireless router at my house it says 'The access point's security settings are supported by the Nintendo DS' so what do i do about this?
#374dratsabPosted 5/1/2010 1:21:34 PM
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#375Piccolo113Posted 5/25/2010 8:27:50 PM
Figured out what my problem was: do not use Linksys WRT54G2

I bought a new router, problem solved completely.
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#376GuiltycatPosted 5/26/2010 11:26:05 AM
Hi, i'm a realy noob.
Can some1 tell whats a router?(i'm talking for real)
and does it do the job if i just connect my ds to my high speed modem?
#377dratsabPosted 6/25/2010 11:00:39 PM
Educational video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPjH0mzUL4c
#378jdyoungsPosted 6/26/2010 8:13:15 AM

From: Guiltycat | Posted: 5/26/2010 11:26:05 AM | #376
Hi, i'm a realy noob.
Can some1 tell whats a router?(i'm talking for real)
and does it do the job if i just connect my ds to my high speed modem?


A router splits a connection to multiple devices (IE internet connection to a computer and a DS and other wireless devices), a modem is what connects to the internet. Usually they are both in the same exact item nowadays, so yes, probably.
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#379dratsabPosted 6/26/2010 2:00:14 PM

From: jdyoungs | #378
A router splits a connection to multiple devices (IE internet connection to a computer and a DS and other wireless devices), a modem is what connects to the internet. Usually they are both in the same exact item nowadays, so yes, probably.


Yo, why'd you ignore my educational video, dawg?
#380QQGGPosted 6/26/2010 2:00:38 PM

From: dratsab | #379
Yo, why'd you ignore my educational video, dawg?


He believes himself to be duly edified (which clearly is not the case).
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