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before i strangle my daughter can you get a nintendo ds lite on the net

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banned8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
She keeps going on that you can connect to the net with her ds, i thought you needed a browser cartidge or something, but she says you dont, so before i strangle her i thought i would just make sure im right - lol
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banned8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#2
Yeh i think you need the ds browser software. I beleive its already wireless so i guess you just connect to your wireless network and off u go
#4
Are you talking about playing online via Wi-Fi? Or do you mean actually browsing the Internet on the DS? If it is the latter one you need this: http://www.game.co.uk/DS/Hardware/Accessory/~r329255/Nintendo-DS-Web-Browser/
If she is talking about playing online then you need a wireless router or a wireless usb connector that kiwinator mentioned.
banned#5
we already have wireless internet, she is on about playing games
#6
sassie;1723240
we already have wireless internet, she is on about playing games

For playing multiplayer games online you don't need an additional cartridge, only the game cartridge is needed (as long as the game has online play features).
#7
Playing games wifi then it can just be set up no probs, no extras needed but to surf web u need browser cart
banned#8
would someone be kind enough to walk me through it then please

when we click on neighbours internet it ask for a wep key, when we click on our connection it says "it is not supported",
#9
The only problem is that the DS only accepts WEP so you may need to set your router up as most come on WPA as standard.
#10
It varies from game to game, but usually if you go to the Wifi multiplayer option, it'll prompt you to setup your wireless network connection.

At this point it'll take you to the DS Wireless setup screen, where you search for available networks, choose the one you want, enter the passkey etc. Once it has tested and verified the connection it'll take you back to the game and you should be able to play online.
banned#11
just checked, we have the wireless orange livebox with a wep key, but when click on it it just says not supported
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Here’s a guide on what settings to use to connect your Nintendo Dual Screen via its wi-fi connection (WFC) to your new Orange Livebox (should also work with Wanadoo Livebox). This is definitely not plug & play but what took me two hours should only take you five minutes now. This should also work exactly the same with your new DS Lite.

1. Change your Livebox configuration. Go to http://configuration.adsl/index2.html which should open your Livebox configuration page on your browser. There are two passwords you can use.

First try username -> ‘admin’ and password -> ‘admin’. These are the default settings.

Alternatively use your Orange or Wanadoo or even Freeserve login username and password here.

Make a note of your Livebox name, mine is WANADOO-B7E8. Now go to Configuration -> Advanced -> Wireless and choose the WEP Security Only option. After you submit this your Livebox should flash a bit so give it 5 minutes to adjust itself. On the same window click to Security -> Firewall and choose ‘low’. As long as you have a Firewall on your PC you’ll still be safe. Now click ‘System Information’ as we’ll need all this info in a minute.

2. Change your Nintendo DS settings. Plug in your game, Mario Kart DS for example, and go to the Nintendo WFC Settings Screen. Choose an empty connection and ‘Search for an Access Point’. You should see your new Livebox come up here as ‘WANADOO’ or ‘ORANGE’ followed by some numbers. Unfortunately you can also see the red lock icon but click it anyway and type in your WEP key as seen on the System Info screen we looked at earlier. Be careful typing this in and remember that you should only use letters A-F and numbers 0-9, no ‘i’s or ‘o’s, and turn CAPS LOCK on. Simple? Well hold on as we’re not finished yet and you’ll come up with an error if you try to connect.

3. Change your DS Wi-fi settings manually. Now press the ‘Manual Setup’ button on the connection screen which takes you into the settings control panel. You should have a SSID number in there, thats good. And your WEP key should be entered in there too. The rest of the details can be found by refering to your Livebox System Info, but be careful as the requested numbers do not always match up with the correct fields. Therefore you must enter these values exactly how I have specified them:
Auto-obtain IP Address = choose ‘No’
IP Address = enter the ‘DHCP server end address’ value
Subnet Mask = enter ‘255.255.255.0′
Gateway = enter the ‘LAN IP address’ value
Auto-obtain DNS = choose ‘No’
Primary DNS = enter the ‘Primary DNS server’ value
Secondary DNS = enter the ‘Secondary DNS server’ value

4. The last bit, honest! Now go over to your Livebox and you should see a small USB-sized socket on the back next to two buttons marked 1 and 2. You need to press button 1. Then select ‘Test Connection’ on the NDS settings screen. With any luck you should get the green wireless icon on your NDS buzzing away with three bars! Now save the settings and play!

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#14
This thread may be of use. It does look as though you can get it to work with the Orange Livebox, but it appears to take a bit more work than other routers.

Edit: Hottoshop beat me to it!
#15
Hi sassie
just found the above on the net. Sorry I hit enter by mistake before I posted this.
If the above doesn't work shout, I'll get the boy on it here :)
banned#16
i have just been into my livebox settings and it is a wep kep not a WPA, now ever more chuffin cafuddled
#17
Sassie here's another walkthru, might be easier


***Warning: you will be asked to turn off the hardware firewall on your Orange Livebox. Make sure you have a software firewall activated on your machine - for example Mac OSX Firewall or Windows Vista’s Defender. Disabling a hardware firewall isn’t ideal, but it’s a bit fiddly otherwise. If you’re looking for the specific TCP and UDP ports to open, try this thread.***

I’m using the procedure outlined here, explained in my own inimitable style…

Make sure you have a software firewall installed and activated on each computer you use with your Orange Livebox.
Open the administration panel on your Orange Livebox (http://configuration.adsl/index2.html)
Go to Configuration -> Advanced -> Wireless and select the WEP only option (note: this might affect the ability of computers connected to your Livebox to connect to the Internet)
Go to Security -> Firewall and select the Low option.
Go to System Information and leave that page up on your screen.
On your Nintendo DS, go to a WFC compatible game (e.g. Mario Kart DS) and bring up the Nintendo WFC menu.
Go to the WFC Settings screen and choose an empty connection (you have a choice of 3).
Choose Search for an access point; the name of your Orange Livebox should come up. However, you won’t be able to connect as you haven’t entered the WEP key yet!
Click on the connection you just set up and enter the details from the screen you should still have up on the screen of your computer. Make sure you have Auto-obtain IP address set to No. Enter the WEP key, default gateway (usually 192.168.1.1), Primary DNS (same as default gateway) and IP address (DHCP server end address from your computer’s screen unless you know what you’re doing). Also enter the Subnet Mask (usually 255.255.255.0)
On the back of your Livebox press Button 1. This enables your Nintendo DS to ‘pair’ with the Livebox. On the DS, click on Test Connection at the top of the menu. It should say Connection Successful. If not, you’ve done something wrong, so go back and double-check!
Click on Save Settings at the bottom of the menu, then get playing!
Finally, now that your DS is connecting properly, change the configuration settings of the computers you connect to the Livebox to use WEP encryption.
#18
Lastly here's nintendo's own online help in connecting

http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/connectingOnline.jsp
banned#19
right guys. got as far as "Make a note of your Livebox name, mine is WANADOO-B7E8. Now go to Configuration -> Advanced -> Wireless and choose the WEP Security Only option. After you submit this your Livebox should flash a bit so give it 5 minutes to adjust itself. " and now nothing on laptop, lost connection on it, dont ask me how as i have this connection on kids desktop, but nothing on laptop

NOW NOT INTERESTED IN SORTING HER DS JUST GETTING MY LAPTOP BACK
#20
sassie
right guys. got as far as "Make a note of your Livebox name, mine is WANADOO-B7E8. Now go to Configuration -> Advanced -> Wireless and choose the WEP Security Only option. After you submit this your Livebox should flash a bit so give it 5 minutes to adjust itself. " and now nothing on laptop, lost connection on it, dont ask me how as i have this connection on kids desktop, but nothing on laptop

NOW NOT INTERESTED IN SORTING HER DS JUST GETTING MY LAPTOP BACK


Laptop ??
#21
i was having same trouble connecting to wifi with a live box but i will try what you have said.

sassie mine is notorious for ******ing up like that
#22
Is it just a matter of pressing either the 1 or 2 button on the livebox ?
banned#23
hottoshop
Laptop ??


i did what you said, and it disconnected me from the net, and now cant get back on to go any further, yet my desktop is connected
#24
So whatever you did on the laptop work it backwards , ie undo the settings you changed back to the original.
banned#25
hottoshop
So whatever you did on the laptop work it backwards , ie undo the settings you changed back to the original.


i cant, as it wont open IE nor the livebox settings, it has changed the setting in livebox downstairs desktop to wep only
#26
so your laptop has completely seized up ? or are you able to do normal stuff on it ?
banned#27
hottoshop
so your laptop has completely seized up ? or are you able to do normal stuff on it ?


can do anything that doesnt need internet access
#28
is it windows xp sp2 ?
banned#29
hottoshop
is it windows xp sp2 ?


yes, shall i do a system restore
#30
Yep I would, you ok doing that ?
banned#31
hottoshop
Yep I would, you ok doing that ?


yes. it just makes no sense what has happened, thought this was supposed to change the wireless settings, not the chuffin laptops, why cant these electronic things judge their owners patience levels :x
#32
daughter grounded yet ??
banned#33
hottoshop
daughter grounded yet ??


:x:x:x
#34
ground her anyway Ireland have just got a try :x:x:x
banned#35
restore has not done nothing.tried repairing and nothing, chuffin great
#36
Can you run the livebox setup again sassie

http://www.orange.co.uk/time/livebox/setup.htm
banned#37
hottoshop
Can you run the livebox setup again sassie

http://www.orange.co.uk/time/livebox/setup.htm


from the desktop yeah, but not the lappy

oops sorry misread, the livebox was installed on desktop, then just clicked wireless button on lappy and it found it so nothing was ever installed on laptop as its wirelss, ao not sure waht you mean about running it
#38
before you try that, where did you set the livebox up to inthe first place, the PC or the laptop ?
banned#39
anybody here who can help via msn, at this rate replying like this i will still be here a week on thursday, no rudeness meant tony
#40
sassie
from the desktop yeah, but not the lappy

oops sorry misread, the livebox was installed on desktop, then just clicked wireless button on lappy and it found it so nothing was ever installed on laptop as its wirelss, ao not sure waht you mean about running it


So what were you trying to do with the laptop and the ds then, now really confused ? lol

Don't do anything else yet , I'm going to try and find the right info

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