Works, took 30 mins of fiddling. *Knocks on wood*
Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO Router F5D9230-4
Wii - Working well. Had to force channel 1. Auto select to channel 1 does not work.
Don't have a DS to test with.
Netgear DG834PN http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/...sleedsco371-21
works like a charm straight out of the box, not only that my pc is wireless, my wii is wireless and so is my 360 i can have them all on doing there stuff with no dropouts whtsoever, this is one good bit of kit.
WII CODE W521-8155-7658-73302
XBOX LIVE TAG CRIX 01
Linksys WAG54G - Discontinued version of a wireless g. Started with some problems but now its got no problems at all
THe router i have now is a WRT300 Wireless-N broadband router and really my wii cant detect it
Im going for black wii
Nevermind my router is detected its just that the channel is at one so i had to change it at 11
Im going for black wii
It's weird ... It works for news channel then it doesn't work for the internet, and shop channel. Then after configuring it with other settings, the shop channel and forecast channel work, and the news and internet channel doesn't work... my router is crap ..also had problems with my DS
Our Belkin router lets the Wii connect to it but not access the internet (no surprize, Nintendo has it listed as an 'incompatable' router). The ActionTec router supplied by our FIOS provider (verizon) connected just fine once I entered the WEP key but the signal strength on the router is poor (That actually may have to do with the fact that I have that router in the basement where it's next to the furnace/boiler/pipes and behind 5/8" firecheck . I ended up connecting a wii lan adapter and directly linking to the Actiontec. On line w/o any problems at an download speed of 4 mps and an upload speed of 0.7 mps. I don't know if the speed limitation is from the LAN adapter or the Wii since the download speed of any other computer attached to the system is 14 mps and the upload is 2.
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No, the Wii has a wireless card built in, but you do need a wireless router or another form of compatible wireless internetOriginally Posted by xzen
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I have read this whole post and well i have had some serious difficuties, from my experience the version numbers of the routers are the important thing. I initially bought a Belkin F5D7230-4 as recommended by the Nintendo WiFi site. It would not work, worked fine for my laptop but neither the DS or Wii would connect. After days of misery I found that my belkin in the fine print was a F5D7230-4 version au4000 which is not compatible but if i had bought the F5D7230-4 version au2000 it would be compatible they dont sell the 200O in australia. Appropriately dismayed by Belkin I decided to change to Linksys WRT54G as recommended by so many members only to find that the WRT54G Version 1/WRT54G Version 2/WRT54GX and the WRT54GS are either not compatible or need firmware updates while the WRT54G Version 3 is completely compatible. So please people if you are going to quote a compatible router please quote not only the model number but the sneaky version numbers which incidentially are not often even displayed on the box.Originally Posted by registerednerd
Thanks anyways for all you help xx the ConWii Boys