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Wii Port Range Forward

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Online' started by leeky, Jun 11, 2007.

  1. leeky

    leeky Pwned

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    ok i want to make my wireless better so i went into the 192.168.1.1 settings(i have a wrt54g v4 linksys broadband router) and i wanted to make it faster like i did with removing lag from starcraft but i dont know wut to put in for Start End Protocol if you could help me either pm me the solluotion(sorry for spelling) or post here tho pm would be more better

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    Leeky
     
  2. ciper

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    There are none.
    If you want to make your router faster why not install the Thibor firmware on it instead of the crap linksys?
     
  3. Maleko

    Maleko WiiChat Member

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    Port forwards are only good if you need to map incoming unsolicited data. What that means is that unless something is going to try to contact your Wii without you contacting it first, then port forwarding will help. However at this time, there is nothing that does that.
     

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