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1Before you connect Nintendo Wii to wireless Internet, set up your Wii console according to the manufacturer's directions.
2Turn on the Nintendo Wii and wait for the main menu to appear.
3Using the Wii remote, point and click on the small Wii button in the bottom left corner.
4Select Wii settings.
5In the bottom right corner click the black square with the number 2 in it or use the right directional arrow to go to the next page. When you come to "Internet" click it.
6To connect Wii to the Internet select "Connection Settings."
7On the next screen select the first connection that says "none."
8On the following page, when given the option for wired connection or wireless Internet, select "wireless."
9Now it's time for your Wii to search for a wireless connection. To do this choose "search for an access point."
10Press "okay" and find the name of your wireless Internet. If it's not on the first page, arrow down until you find it. If you need a password to access the Internet, you will be asked to enter it. Click okay.
11Click save and okay so the Wii remembers the wireless Internet connection options for the future.
12Finalize the Wii Internet connection process by testing the wireless connection.
13When Wii's wireless Internet test finishes successfully, you're ready to play Wii online.
First, you have to go
through the Internet connection setup process through the console and
you've made no mention that you've attempted that so I wanted to make you aware
of that. On the main menu, go to the lower left corner and click on the round
Wii button. A new menu will appear with two options: Data
Management and Wii Settings. Select Wii
Settings. Go to the second page and choose Internet.
Select Connection 1: None. Select Wireless
Connection. Select Search For An Access Point. A
network list will appear, select yours. You will then be prompted to
enter the password/network key that you established when you set up your
wireless router. The Wii will attempt to test the connection. If
successful save your settings.
Various factors affect connecting a Wii to the internet with a
WiFi connection as well, including signal strength, distance from the
wireless router to the console and obstacles such as walls and ceilings that
interfere with the signal. If you're using a G router and you have your
Wii is too far away or, has obstacles in the way, it will not connect.
You should use an N-Router if there is a significant distance between the
console and the router or if there are obstacles. Here is everything you
need to know about connecting your Wii to the Internet.
To connect the Wii to the Internet you will need a wireless router in your home. Otherwise, you have to buy Wii lan adapter to connect it with an ethernet cable.
To connect, go to Wii settings, then Internet, then Connection settings, then Connection 1.
Then click wireless connection and then let the Wii search for a wireless access point (a wireless router).
When your router appears on the list select it.
If your router has a key, then you have to enter it.
Press OK and you are finished.
**I m not able to find a snapshot of the router interface. But i ll tell you what all to do there 1) Disable the router's inbuilt firewall 2) Enable DMZ for your Wii's IP address; assign this same IP address on your Wii manually 3) Change the bandwidth of wireless to 20/40MHz This will surely work
Verify that the proper Connection File (1, 2, or 3) is selected in the Wii System Settings.
If you have multiple connection files setup, and you have recently received a system update, it is possible that the update has caused the Wii console to select a different Connection File. Click here for step-by-step instructions on viewing your connection settings.
Make sure that your network's name (SSID) matches exactly to what you have entered in the Wii console's settings.
Log in to your router using the default IP (consult the router's owner's manual for assistance).
Look for the section for SSID (typically in the "wireless settings" area). After you find the SSID (network name), verify in the Internet Settings of your Wii console that the SSID is appearing exactly as listed in your router. This includes making sure capitalization, spaces, or special characters match exactly.
does the wii see the router do you have a laptop to make sure its sending a signal try this dis connect everything plug in the modem let it symc up by it self then plug in the router and hook up the cat 5 cable to the router the try to sync the connection with the wii by searching for the router it helps to name your router first with a laptop but that should work if not let me know iam a cable tech with a few tricks