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    attwifi (e.g. Starbucks)

    Has anyone been able to connect to a wifi connection that requires a logon through a browser requiring a user name and password? An example would be att wifi at a Starbucks.

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    I haven't tried before but I don't think the Wii is capable of that. Usually the wifi connection re-routes a device's web browser to a log in page but I don't think the Wii can do that

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    Thanks. I agree it does go to a login page and the Wii does not do that. However I did find a program on the web that enables a laptop modem to double as an access point and therefore share the web connection after logging in on the laptop.

    The program is Connectify at www.connectify.me.

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