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    Slowly returning.. <_< demonflair's Avatar
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    Can someone help me with my connection problem??

    I have a Vigor2800VG from DrayTek, a wireless router. I tried to connect to the Internet in my Wii via access point. I inserted the WEP code since my router is encrypted. I got Error 52130, 52131, and 52133.

    I have a problem with the router's configuration. I type my IP address in the Internet Browser, but it says that the page wasn't found.

    I guess that the errors are because of my router's configuration, but I can't change it's configurations because the Router's Configuration page doesn't show up!?!

    Please I need help

    Thanks

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    Hi

    firstly, how is your router configured? is it assigning IP addresses (via DHCP)?

    if not, enable the DHCP service.

    secondly, are you implementing security measures (which you should be!!) such as MAC address filtering / WPA encryption?

    some routers require that you enter the MAC address of the hardware that you wish to connect to it.

    on the Wii, go into the Wii Options section, browse for console information and make a note of your (wireless) MAC address, it will be in hexadecimal format e.g. A1:B2:C34:E5:F6

    using your pc, go into the router configuration pages and check if the router is either ignoring MAC filtering, or if Filtering / Access is enabled, enter the MAC address of the Wii into the permitted list.
    if you have encryption enabled (either WPA or WEP) make a note of your encryption key and enter this into the wireless options on the Wii.

    if this fails, move the Wii nearer to the router to see if it's a signal issue.

    hth

    Ste

    Last edited by FR3344LL; 05-15-2007 at 07:33 AM.

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    Try here and then choose your router from the list.

    http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/rou...outerIndex.jsp

    It should give you the address to access your router settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byuakuya
    Try here and then choose your router from the list.

    http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/rou...outerIndex.jsp

    It should give you the address to access your router settings.
    It doesn't have my router

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    >>It doesn't have my router

    If you're having problems accessing the router from your pc, the easiest
    way to access it is to (if using XP) click start>run then type cmd
    and press enter. this will bring up the command prompt.
    at the prompt type ipconfig /all and press enter. you will be presented
    with all of your IP / Default Gateway and DNS settings.

    make a note of the Default Gateway value, as this will be the IP address of
    your router.

    if you're still using win 98, once again go to the command prompt and type
    winipcfg and press enter to see the IP values.

    do you still have the default username & password for the router?

    Ste


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