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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Online' started by soy_sauce, May 6, 2007.

  1. soy_sauce

    soy_sauce WiiChat Member

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    i have a little question

    i am away for school and i bought a Wii, and so did my brother back home. i was wondering when i go home, will there be any problems with having two wiis on the same wireless router? will i be able to connect online?



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  2. Sarai_132

    Sarai_132 Nonis Sign Foppa!!

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    No there will not be a problem unless how many ports you have on your router. So a short answer No problem.

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  3. soy_sauce

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    i just got to thinking, it should work like the DS. ok i feel dumb now. thank you for your help.
     
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    Soy_Sauce: Come back and tell is if it works. I'm suspicious that it wont. The Wii breaking stateful packet inspection makes me think the network stack on the Wii is doing funky things.
     

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