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    2000 points in Tennis Lycan21's Avatar
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    i am using a westell versalink that verizon send, it works good
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    Using a Linksys WRT54g, with Tofu's HyperWRT. The Wii connect perfectly the first time, but subsequent connections required me to switch the router to mixed mode(b&g) and change the channel to 1(previously on 4)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gopha
    I have a Linksys Wireless Access Point (WAP54G) connected to a Linksys Wired Router (BEFSR41). I have SSID (broadcasting off), MAC filtering and WPA (TKIP) on. I had to change the AP from 802.11 G only to Mixed (B & G).
    I'm running almost exactly the same setup. The wireless access point is cool in that is allows wireless access into a wired network. Using the same settings you have, my Wii has no trouble getting a connection.
    Wii system bought 12/19/06

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    do u have to use wireless adapters?

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    I'm using a Netgear DG834G, and after 10 minutes of not sure why it wasn't working, I reset the connection settings on the Wii, turned off MAC filtering on the router, let the Wii reconnect, entered the WEP key, and now it works a charm.

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    BTVoyager 2100 wireless router/modem. WPA 128 security.

    Easy peasy

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    to many problems cant get it to work

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    Hey, i'm completely new here (this being my first post). I've attempted to read up on routers and i've read through this thread, but i'm still a tad confused. I have an 8mps (supposedly) broadband connection through a USB ASDL WAN adapter and i'm desperate to get my wii online. What's going to be the cheapest and best way of doing this? I would very much appreciate some advice. Thanks.

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    Linksys WAG54 - Wireless-G ADSL Gateway . work a ok. long live cisco (they now own linksys)

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    The Linksys WRT54G can probably be purchased for about $50 give or take a few bucks. The setup is pretty simple. You would unplug the cable from your computer (that comes from the DSL modem) and plug that into the Linksys box. Then plug a new cable from the Linksys box to your computer.

    Complete the Linksys setup and your Wii should go online no problem.

    Thats it in a nut shell Have fun !

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