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NES, SNES, N64, GC, GB, GBC, GBA, VB, G&W, DS, and DSlite do not support WPA. However, the most recent 3 systems (and the 3 that have been released since WPA became the standard) do. This is not a fact that can be argued, as I have connected both DSi and Wii systems to my router via WPA2, and Nintendo's website has references to the same capabilities. Should you suggest that Nintendo's current systems do not support WPA2, you will destroy your credibility by reason of willful disbelief of a fact. If you try to argue that the various systems that were released before wifi and WPA even existed are relevant to this discussion, you will destroy your credibility by reason of non-sensical argument.
Either way, I'm out of here. I should have been wasting my time playing Civ 4 a long time ago instead of wasting my time here. I suppose I did learn a lot about various wireless protocols, but Civ 4 is a lot more fun.
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