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    WiiChat Member DarkReaper33's Avatar
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    Are you refering the wep code as the hex code? I also do not have an wireless access filter enabled. Trying again........grrrrr still get stupid error code 52230 and computer cannot see the wii.

    Thank you Snoop. I don't have a b/g router just a "g" and it is real close to becoming an "F" = flat...under the back tire of my car along with the wii.
    Last edited by registerednerd; 01-02-2007 at 03:48 PM. Reason: double post

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    Most G routers are also B routers. just make sure they are in dual mode. Also yes I do mean the WEP code. I also had wireless access filtering enabled.

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    ok. looking for "dual mode"..........

    notta. nothing. not an option that I can find.

    I am giving up for today. This time for sure. So far I have spent around 11 hours now on this wii connection!!! I will try again tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RDBRaptor
    I've got a 802.11g router and it works just fine...
    802.11g is basically a + b put together.

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    Actually I had 802.b setup and wii would connect initially done the updates and would not connect thereafter .it was only after I baught a 802.11g that it worked and the same for the ds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paralex
    802.11g is basically a + b put together.
    Not really,
    802.11a operates at 5Ghz vs the 2.4ghz b/g operate on. This means is gets much less interference from other devices like cordless phones, but also means it has shorter range (higher frequencies are more easily blocked/absorbed). 802.11a does have the speed boost from 802.11g though, 54mbps rather then 11.

    Adding g to the wii would not have sped much of anything up, as even 11mbps of the b is faster then the vast majority of users internet connections. (Cable/DSL is usually 1.5 to 10 mbps)

    To the original poster, what brand/model is the router.
    On linksys models, the setting would be:
    -"Wireless" tab at the top
    -"Basic Wireless Settings" under that
    -"Wireless Network Mode:", make sure it is on "Mixed" and save the settings.

    Other brands I'd have to look up.
    Last edited by GreenEnvy; 01-02-2007 at 11:29 AM.

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    I would advise getting it connected first with a basic connection. No encryption, make sure you are broadcasting your ssid, and disable Mac address filtering. After you get a good stable connection then you can start adding all the "protection", one layer at a time, verify your connection after each step. FYI, I have my router set to "G" only and it works fine.

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    I disagree with this. All routers/AP claims 11mbps for b. But I really doubt you even get 6mbps throughput for b.

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenEnvy
    Not really,

    Adding g to the wii would not have sped much of anything up, as even 11mbps of the b is faster then the vast majority of users internet connections. (Cable/DSL is usually 1.5 to 10 mbps)

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    I've never had a problem with my Wii just my router lol.

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    My Wii wouldn't connect at first to my linksys wrt54g. I turned off the WPA encryption and it connected fine. I'll try turning encryption back on today and see if it's ok.

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