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Using iMac as Wireless Router for Wii??

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Online' started by cfry@comcast.net, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. cfry@comcast.net

    cfry@comcast.net WiiChat Member

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    I am a new Wii owner and I am trying to hook up my Wii via a wireless connection. I don't have a traditional router, rather I am using my iMac running OSX 10.4.9 as a router/bay station and trying to set up an interaction between my Wii and iMac using Airport. I have Airport turned on with WEP encryption (I tried 40- and 128-bit) and Internet Sharing on, but it is not working. Is this possible to get this to work? Do I need to open a special portal on my Imac? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!! :idea:
     
  2. hajime7

    hajime7 WiiChat Member

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    Hey I was having the same problem with my Airport network and turns out that you need to change your network password to exactly 13 letters! Macs can deal with any length but apparently non-macs have to have an exact amount of letters to understand it. Good luck!
     

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