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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Online' started by pluto2, Jan 2, 2007.
Has anyone here any experience with the Linksys WAP54G to connect Wii to the Internet?
What seems to be the problem wireless is pretty self explanitory. But I can help you out if need be.
I don't have a problem, I'm trying to figure out what wireless access point to BUY therefore I wnat to know if it works well with the Wiiiiiiii
Any wireless router will work really it's just a wireless adapter inside the Wii just like in a computer. I personally use a Netgear and it worked perfect.
ivandb: I am aware of the hercules Wi-Fi stick, and I've considered it, but it seems a wireless access point is a more solid investment for me as it takes the work of wi-fi away from the server which is pretty stressed already as it is.
works super for me
well I've heard some people are having problems with certain routers or wap's, that's why I ask!
Didn't Nintendo release a list of Compatable wireless networks?
If it's on there get it
I'm sure Wii.com might have something about compatibility if there is any problem
there is no list of working brands, just a list of 4 that won't work
gave up routers
had nothing then trouble with any router i could buy at mediamarkt from belkin to us robotics to linksys they all errord away on the wii the hercules usb solved all problems and since my computers always on i doesnt make a diference and the stick costs only 25usd
true statement ivandd, I'm glad it works fine for you, but I'm not sure it's the best solution for me as my server is pretty stressed already.
look at nintendowifi.com
Think about what you just posted....
thinking what is the problem
Not you Pluto 2 read the quote....
If 4 have been posted as non compatible routers then you shouldn't purchase one of those routers... good start?
so you are saying anything else will work? Doesn't sound like it if you regard how many users there is that are having problems with different brands and models.
use the router found on www.nintendowifi.com
Not saying anything else will work, lets keep this in mind. The system is still kind of new and will have bugs and problems that Nintendo is un-aware of. Just like any other new hardware it's a trial and error basis. If it works it works, but if they know that the posted routers do not work then you at least know that much right?