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2 wii's, 1 broadband connection

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by captainff, Aug 4, 2007.

  1. captainff

    captainff slightly amused

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    I'm about to buy a second wii.

    I have a potentially dumb question.

    Will I be able to link the two machines via a single broadband connection to be able to play 'online' games against each other (same game)? Or is there a known problem or conflict that will prevent this?

    Also, while I'm asking.......does anyone know if there are conflicts going online with two wii's at the same time but for different purposes (ie internet channel on one, online play on a second one)?

    When I think about it, I think that the answers are obvious (no problems at all, stop asking dumb questions)..... but if anyone has had any problems running multiple wiis through a single connection could they let me know please.
     
  2. lordmat0

    lordmat0 WiiChat Member

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    Shouldn't be a problem
     
  3. Elfman

    Elfman Nintendo Nerd

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    It's proparbly like you had two laptops using the same router... this should work...


    but may I ask... why are you getting a second Wii?
     
  4. cookiemonsta11111

    cookiemonsta11111 Huge Member

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    Of course with all connections the more ports/wireless applications used the slower all of them will go, i but i think that the Wii uses such little downloads that no such problem would occur
     

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