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    Cheap wireless router?

    What's a cheap wireless router I can get that will work with the Wii right out of the box?

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    What is cheap? 50?

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    i had a belkin at one point for 30$ that i got at BJs whole sale (Berkly and Jenson)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Loose_Cannon
    i had a belkin at one point for 30$ that i got at BJs whole sale (Berkly and Jenson)
    Awww, I used to have one of those wholesale warehouses around where I live, I remember that is where I got my PS2, they closed down around me for some reason though

    Anyway, I used to have a belkin Wi-Fi router myself, I had nothing but problems, I got a linksys and gave the belkin to my sister, I tried connecting my Wii to it once and I couldn't get it to work

    I think the cheapest thing is to get a plain wireless access point and plug that into a computer or a wired router, there is a WAP that my networking lab instructor uses that is pretty small, and if you get a connection problem, you could always move the WAP to somewhere else


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    I picked up a Belkin router for £30 (uk), its bottom end but does the job on the Wii fine, lacks a bit of functionality for PC use however (port forwarding etc. is a bit limited). Seeing as the LAN adaptors for the Wii I've seen are about £20 its worth the extra £10 to save cables lying around!

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    I'd suggest the Buffalo router...It was specially designed to work with the Nintendo DS really easily, so I'd assume that it'd work well with the wii. Last time I checked, it was £90 ... So that's what? $160??

    Enoch was right.


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    my netgear works great. has done from day one. although it may be a tad expensive.

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    I paid 35$ (CAD) for my D-Link WBR-1310 v.D

    It works great, but I heard (after i got the router), thank D-Link Wireless Routers are crap

    But so far, I had no problem with it

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    I got a Belkin at my local wal mart for $34 and it works great so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRMARIO
    I'd suggest the Buffalo router...It was specially designed to work with the Nintendo DS really easily, so I'd assume that it'd work well with the wii. Last time I checked, it was 90 ... So that's what? $160??
    it's not that the buffalo router is specially designed for the DS, the games for the DS are specially coded to work for AOSS, buffalo routers come with AOSS deafult, so the AOSS feature will help with linking them together, the same AOSS feature also works on computers


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