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    Wifi connection problems

    Hi

    It looks like im not alone with the same error message as others.

    Im trying to connect my wii to a linksys wireless router. i have allt he details required to connect, but first of all it came up with error 52030 on a auto search and now doing a manual search its 52032. Please can anyone guide me through what I need to do to connect?

    My email address if anyone nos is - lmartin0781@tiscali.co.uk

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    honesty is my only excuse FR3344LL's Avatar
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    lmartin078,

    i'd first suggest editting your message and removing your email address.
    you *might* get spammed otherwise.

    ok, what linksys router are you using?

    i've had issues with a linksys WRT54GS and the Wii, which to a degree
    i have now "solved". the downside is that although i can use the internet
    channel (via opera) i can't access the weather channel....the update feature
    worked ok though.

    this is what i did.....

    1. turned off (LAN) DHCP on the 54GS
    2. enabled WPA-TKIP encryption
    3. entered the Wii's MAC address into the permitted MAC access list.
    4. set wireless speed to 802.11g only
    5. rebooted the router.
    6. created a "new" wireless connection in the Wii's internet settings.
    7. entered all relevant IP / default router (gateway) information manually.
    8. ...and probably most crucially, under DNS settings, i entered my actual ISP
    primary and secondary DNS addresses, rather than using the routers IP
    as the DNS value

    if you feel confident making these changes, have a go.

    post back if you experience any more issues.
    Ste

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    I have a wireless linksys WRT54G version 6 and I had a problem with the Nintendo DS and all I had to do is "disable" the WEP security and it works fine although my dads laptop can't access the internet wirelessy anymore unless I change it back to what it was and if I want to get on my DS with Wi-Fi I just "Disable" it again (it's a back and forth process which is probably gonna get more complicated one I get my Wii), and I don't know if the setup for the Wii and DS are different yet, I hope this helps.

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    Try changing the MTU. My weather and news channels were not working most of the time until I changed the MTU to 1500. While the update or the Internet and shop channels always work. That is due to a packet size issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billcsho
    My weather and news channels were not working most of the time until I changed the MTU to 1500.
    cheers billcsho, but my MTU is already @ 1500 by default.

    tbh, it's no great loss not having the weather channel. as long opera
    can get online and i can update, i'm happy!
    Ste

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