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    Netgear WGR614v5. Connects great to wii, internet and wii shop work with fast speeds. Anything related to WiiConnect24 doesn't work at all. Working on this problem. I'm planning to buy a Wi-Fi USB Adapter anyways..

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    You could swap your router for another one which could support the Wii better. I use Airport Extreme and it works great.
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    Where could i swap routers? If you know of a place, please tell me, cause i could sure use one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiily Good
    What do you think of this one that I am planning on buying. Will it work with Wii?

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    I got the same one and it works fine for me.

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    Anyone think a Netgear WGB111 will work

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    Cant connect Talk Talk SmartAX MT882 ADSL2+ Broadband Modem

    I Cant connect my Talk Talk SmartAX MT882 ADSL2+ Broadband Modem.

    Passeses the connection test but wont update.

    Please help as I am new to all this stuff !!!!!!!!!!!!

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    no success in connecting throught it.
    Any suggestions?

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    The Draytek Vigor 2800G works fine with the Wii. Although its a more expensive router (£147) it is superb, reliable, solid and secure compared to the kids toys you find in PC World. I've got the Wii working on WPA-PSK 802.11g mode. For MAC filtering I've got it using a Strict Bind Ip. All you've got to do to get the router and the Wii to talk is to manually enter the settings for the IP Address and the DNS, put the primary and secondary DNS the same if your router is set up as the DNS server on your network.

    I've yet to set the DS up but I'll have a go at that later. The great thing about my router is that I can also have a WEP key running alongside the WPA. I'll post up my results once I've got it working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaker
    The Draytek Vigor 2800G works fine with the Wii. Although its a more expensive router (147) it is superb, reliable, solid and secure compared to the kids toys you find in PC World.
    Be careful what you say. I'd argue some of the homebrew firmware available for out kids routers to be superior to your Klingon Bortek 7800GTS.

    Show me that it is running VXWorks and I might change my mind.

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    i have a linksys wrt54g ver 4 and can connect fine with the security turned off, with it on it won't connect, says the password is wrong and I have tried changing it any ideas?

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