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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Online' started by ChaldoG, Feb 13, 2008.
When you guys play online do you guys get disconnected alot.
Its happend to me twice up to now, which isnt a lot to how much iv being playing it. It works fine for me
It's great! I have gotten d/ced like maybe three times at most, and it does lag giving you the disadavantage (lol, like for example. I was uber close to someone and shooting them with a thompson, then he gets like two shots at me with a thompson and i die) Other than that, great game.
when you play online is there normally alot of people online or not :wink:
There is normaly 1000 people playing.
Could anyone explain to me why I get disconnected whenever I pick up the phone?
I get disconnected alot wen i try to get it it says 'disconected from network' then shows a clip on level as it fades away back to the lobby :wtf:
mine once in a while how bout u w.hoops
prolly kuz they use the same phone line.
i like like once every game and i've only been disconnected once.
Atleast you can play online, unlike us Aussies.
lol, i bet you feel jealous now don't ya. i didn't know australia got this game.
i get kicked off a lot too..... weak/slow wireless connection
I installed my new wii today and tried my MOHH2 online...created the EA account , then lobby but when I choose a game it disconnects me and returns me to the lobby I cant play online ...whats the problem ? My 360 works perfectly on cod4
Is it a 2.4 GHz cordless phone? They use the same radio frequency as most wireless networks. You need to replace the 2.4 GHz cordless phone with a 1.9 GHz DECT cordless phone.
Your neighbors' 2.4 GHz phones can also be close enough to disrupt your wireless network. So even if you replace your own cordless phone you may still have problems with interference. You might have to consider buying a USB network adapter for the Wii and running a network cable to your router. Bummer, I know.
I was having frequent random disconnects. It was really bad, usually within 2 minutes of entering a game. But if I kept trying different games from the lobby after 3 or 4 different ones I could find one that didn't disconnect me. That happened since the day I bought MOHH2(early january).
I thought my ping rate was high so I called my ISP and they said they could see really high ping spikes(over 500). They said they fixed it one day later but the disconnects continued. I gave up and was just living with it and then all of a sudden about a week and a half ago I got on a game first try with no disconnect and I haven't had one single disconnect since.
I concluded the problem must have been with ea servers.
lucky you... I have tried all sorts....
mohh2 ports opening
and still I get into the lobby ..choose a game and after a while while it is loading it tells me disconnected from network
I bought the wii to be perfectly honest for mohh2 since am a big fan of COD and have my 360 almost all the time switched on...
any suggestions ? My internet connection is adsl 4mbits and my router is an expensive asus 500gp. Everything works well except MOHH2 online game
hey pinkfloyd6 I feel your pain man. I did all that stuff too, the static ip, the dmz, port forwarding, disconnected my 2.4 GHz surround sound system. Nothing made any difference what so ever.
And then all of a sudden it was fine and has been for almost 2 weeks now.
I have no suggestions unfortunately. I have heard of people talking to EA for some help and when I emailed them they sent me a generic email with stuff like static ip, ports being unblocked and all the stuff I had already done. So they were no help at all. Maybe you can call them for help over the phone.
Good luck. John.
thanks m8...but I give up tried all sorts and no way at all.
I rented this game from a local video store and i played it all day and had no dissconects at all or any lag. this game if really fun im planning on buying it:smilewinkgrin:
this exact same thing happens to me a few times a day, usually when i first try to get into a game