have a look here:- http://matdonline.free.fr/Wii-connec...-MacOSX%20.htm
Ok I have a Mac Book Pro and I left my Wi-Fi USB adapter at home (I'm at school now) and of course since the USB software isn't Mac compatible any way i gave something a shot.
I'm already connected on my laptop (Wired Ethernet 802.1x authenticated) so i turned on my air-port card and emabled internet sharing. The shared network shows up as the computers name (in my case Phoebe). Now I go to the Wii options and search for access points. Sure enough there is phoebe, full strength and open (no WPA) but when I try to connect I get an error code saying ti can't find the access point.
Has anyone tried using wireless internet sharing? any tips you can give?
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I'm also using an Airport base station for my wireless router. When you're searching for access points within range and your Network name pops up, select it and re-enter all it's information. Try the connection again right after. If it still doesn't work, go to online support at Nintendo.com.
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He is talking about sharing it from the Airport in his laptop not from a router.Originally Posted by FR.
This is the website I used to setup my Wii to use the Airport wifi from the Mac Mini. Sometimes lately I have to restart the mac to get the Wii to connect without a error message.
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