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Cant connect wii and ds to wifi

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Hey ive got a ds and wii and i cant connect either to my router as its not detected

Ive got a THOMSON TG585 V7

I want to connect my wii online ( Error 51330) and no router found with my ds

Anyone have the similar router free with BE BROADBAND and cant conect or anyone with help
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago

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Is the router set to be invisible ?

nope ive changed to wep from wep psk and at 64bit so gomnna try that now
Right that didnt work so i disable all security and it still wont detect it+
no compatible access points in range
so it isnt seeing the router, as already said have you got it set to not be seen

found this on google

Interface Enabled: Yes

Physical Address: 00:1F:9F:EA:D8:F1

Network Name (SSID): BeBox

Interface Type: 802.11b/g

Actual Speed: 54 Mbps

Band: 2.4G Hz

Channel Selection: Manual

Region: Europe

Channel: 1

Allow multicast from Broadband Network: No


Broadcast Network Name: Yes

Allow New Devices: New stations are allowed (automatically)

Security Mode: WPA-PSK

WPA-PSK Preshared Key: password

WPA-PSK Encryption: TKIP+AES


Pick a task...

Configure WDS

This all thats in the config

Thing is i connect my netbook up no problems and it sees my router so........
There are some routers that are not compatible with the wii - we used to have a zoom one and that wouldn't connect, but then we got a new one from Talktalk and that's fine. You can find more information and look up your error code here:

We only ever got the ds to connect with no security enabled at all, but we didn't think that was too safe so now we just don't connect the ds.

You might have to make some changes to firewall settings to get things up and running.

Good luck.
Go on the wii and enter the settings again on settings 2 . USE WEP 64 in router do not generate the wep key use this as a test fce2647380 in router ....make sure wii picks up SSID as BeBox (enter it manually if you have to) use DHCP in router dont use wds

enter fce2647380 in routwer for wep

and fce2647380 in wii save and test connection
Think it's due to the channel number. Does your router have a "muilti" channel setting?

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