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Cant get a wifi connection on a Wii and a linksys WAP54G

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  • dkiernan Dec 28, 2008

    no joy... I had already tried resetting the Linksys WAP54G and no use.

    I'm getting an error 52130 on the Wii

  • dkiernan Dec 28, 2008

    The LinkSys WAP54G is wide open with no security settings at all

  • dkiernan Dec 28, 2008

    this doesnt sound right, I cant even connect to the Internet.

  • dkiernan Dec 28, 2008

    - I've reset the router to its defaults
    - no security on, of any type
    - I've tried changing channels on the router from 11 to 1
    - I've tried changing the MTU value on the Wii

    still getting error on the Wii

  • dkiernan Dec 28, 2008

    the wifi works fine on my laptop with any of the settings I've tried on the linksys

  • dkiernan Dec 28, 2008

    I dont understand the 'region' to connect to

  • dkiernan Dec 28, 2008

    manual config doesnt seem to make any difference

  • dkiernan Dec 29, 2008

    I'm trying to connect the Wii to a Linksys Access Point WAP54G. The PC is not needed in connection.

  • dkiernan Dec 30, 2008

    I've tried setting IP manually and no joy.

    i copied settings from my laptop DHCP enabled settings for the Wii to be set manually, setting the IP, subnet, gateway and the modems' DNS servers

    I still get the same error 52130 on the Wii

  • dkiernan Dec 30, 2008

    thats a great help - 52130 means limited connectivity. it's probably getting to the Access Point but not detecting an Internet connection.

    My laptop works all over the house, maybe I need to move the Wii and Access Point closer to each other

  • dkiernan Dec 30, 2008

    interesting. I didnt know that the WAP54G could only connct 1 device at a time.

    It doesnt seem to solve my problem. I still get the 52130 error code.

    Would a NetGear DGN2000 act as a standard Wireless Router with Ethernet Internet connection rather than ADSL?

  • dkiernan Jan 14, 2009

    I failed to find any solution in all the approches listed. I bought a Netgear Wireless Router solved my problem this way...

    THANK YOU ALL.

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First press reset switch for 15 seconds in back side of router.
then connect your router to your computer with lan cable.ethernet cable means.
then acceess following links.
http://192.168.1.1
or http://192.168.0.1
then user"admin"
apsword "admin"
or blank
then u get setup.
then enable wi fi .
also enaBLE DHCP.THEN SAVE SETTINGS And restrt the rotuer.
then check wi fi .

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This error is caused by a wireless router firewall issue.
To solve this error, try to manually setup the Wii console using your network IP settings.
To do a manual setup of the Wii console using your network IP settings :

  • On a PC, click Start > Run > type CMD and press Enter > type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter. On Windows Vista, click Start > type CMD in the Start Search box > click on CMD icon > type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter.
  • Locate IP settings and use them to manually set the Wii console.
  • Restart your wireless router by unpluging the power from the wall and plugging it back in. Try to connect the Wii console to the internet.
You may also try to disable the wireless router security or firewall. Try again to connect the Wii console to the internet.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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    taran_2005 Dec 30, 2008

    My only advice to add to the above is:

    1. Do make sure you can get a wireless signal where your Wii is. You can confirm this by sitting with your DS behind the Wii and checking the strength. Be aware that if you have your Wii next to a load of electronics you might get interference (chordless phones, baby monitors etc. are notorious).

    2. Keep calm, take out a piece of paper and log in to your router. Some routers will show a list of "attached or available devices" and you can select the one which is your Wii and add that. Note your details down rather than panicking to remember them.

    3. If you're running WPA (you should be!), ensure that you pick the correct version of WPA as most routers only do one of them (WPA-AES). Very lucky people with WPA-II are fine.

    4. There are two things to keep very clear and separate in your mind:

    * Router IP address space (given to you by your ISP; you can't change this and these addresses exist on both sides of your router).

    * Local private network IP address space (usually something like 192.168.0.X or 10.10.10.X; these are unroutable addresses and only exist on your side of your router).

    So things like your DNS servers will be unique routeable addresses assigned by your ISP (easily checked on a PC as Kafk says with an "ipconfig/all"), whereas your local gear will all have unique unrouteable addresses.)

    I'm rambling now so I'll stop...





    Thnx.

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This error is caused by a wireless router firewall issue.
To solve this error, try to manually setup the Wii console using your network IP settings.

To do a manual setup of the Wii console using your network IP settings :
On a PC, click Start > Run > type CMD and press Enter > type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter. On Windows Vista, click Start > type CMD in the Start Search box > click on CMD icon > type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter.
Locate IP settings and use them to manually set the Wii console.
Restart your wireless router by unpluging the power from the wall and plugging it back in. Try to connect the Wii console to the internet.

You may also try to disable the wireless router security or firewall. Try again to connect the Wii console to the internet.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

  • ronny2051 Dec 30, 2008

    or
    It may be that your ISP may not be compatible with your Wii.

  • ronny2051 Dec 30, 2008

    Error Code: 52130

    There appears to be an issue with your wireless router's firewall.

    Review our "Slow Downloads or Errors Received While Connecting" to ensure wireless interference is not causing the problem, by clicking here.


    Make sure your router is not listed on our "known incompatible routers" page, by clicking here. 

    Try a "Manual Setup" with the Wii console (how to), using your network's IP configuration settings. To access these settings: 
    On your PC, click "Start" and then "Run."
    Type "CMD" into the field that appears to open a new window.
    Type "IPCONFIG/ALL" and press "Enter" to display a list of internet settings. Locate the settings asked for by the Wii console during the Manual Setup process and enter them.
    Power cycle your router and modem by unplugging them both from the wall. Wait a few minutes, and plug the modem back in. Wait a couple of minutes for the modem to initialize, then turn on the router. Try to connect the Wii console online and test for proper response.


    Disabling your router's wireless security may help the Wii console's online connection. Consult your wireless router's manual or check with the router manufacturer for more details. Please note Nintendo provides these recommendations as a resource to our consumers; it is up to each consumer to determine if adjusting their router's security settings are the right choice for their home network.

    It is possible that your Internet Service Provider (ISP) is not compatible with the Wii console. For instance, if you need to login with a user name and password when you try to go online for the first time after restrarting your PC, your ISP is likely not compatible. Please contact your service provider for more information.


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Hello and welcome to FixYa!

Try and Connect Wii to another router and see if it will connect, if there is a password on the router the Wii will not connect.

Restore the Wii to its default settings but also just need to add, DOES THE WII PICK-UP ANY ROUTER IN RANGE?

Here are some tips:

- Reset the router to factory default as suggested above
- Go through the Basic internet connection wizard
- Make sure your Username and Passwords are correct
- If you are using PPPoE, use the correct PVC settings according to your ISP, (refer ISP here)
- Check the connection statistics in the router, using the web interface of the router, check the DSL connectivity is ok
- Make sure the DNS entries are automatically taken from the ISP
- Your LAN clients should have the Gateway, which should be the IP address of the router
- LAN clients also should have the DNS entries, (if it is not automatically assigned by the router) other wise you may not browse the pages.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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1. Connect your Ethernet network cable to your network router or switch. Then connect the other end of the
network cable to the Access Point’s LAN (Ethernet network) port.
2. Connect the included power adapter to the Access Point’s Power port. Then plug the power adapter into an
electrical outlet. The LEDs on the front panel will light up as soon as the Access Point’s powers on.

1. Insert the Setup Wizard CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. The Setup Wizard should run automatically, and the
Welcome screen should appear. If it does not, click the Start button and choose Run. In the field that
appears, enter D:\setup.exe (if “D” is the letter of your CD-ROM drive).
2. On the Welcome screen, click the Click Here to Start or Setup button if this is the first time you are running
the Setup Wizard. These are your other choices:
Install Linksys Wireless Guard - Linksys Wireless Guard is a subscription service available to secure your
network. To install the client software needed to use this service, click the Install Linksys Wireless Guard
button, and proceed to “Chapter 6: Using the Linksys Wireless Guard Service.”
User Guide - Click the User Guide button to open the PDF file of this User Guide.
Exit - Click the Exit button to exit the Setup Wizard.
Figure 5-1: Welcome Screen
NOTE: Before installing the client software on your computer, you should

Client Software Installation
1. If you haven’t already done so, on the Welcome screen of the Setup Wizard on the CD-ROM, click Linksys
Wireless Guard Client.
Continue. Click Cancel to cancel the installation.


this software will help u for coonecting


Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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    Sibananda Jena Dec 30, 2008



    - Hold in the reset button on the router

    - Do a firmware upgrade on the router

    - Check your DSL modem and try turning off the firewall on that if there is one.

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52130 on Wii is limited connectivity. This often happens because of a misconfigured router.

First you need to connect the router to a computer to configure it, using an ethernet cable.

If you have internet on router (ensure using a computer) then configuration is done, proceed in troubleshooting the Wii.

If you cannot get a computer, then call a technician.

If you have a computer, connect an ethernet cable, and call broadband company to configure the router, when you are sure that the router is on internet, set wi fi on Wii. That is the way it works.


Majority of applications on WII do not support static address. Therefore do not assign IP address and subnet mask by yourself.

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Hi, try this:
1. Go to Settings > Connections > Connections > advanced tab >  On the top half, for select networks to automatically used, click "select networks"
  For top half, for programs that automatically connect to the internet should connect using "My Work Network , and then
  continue by clicking "edit", go to proxy settings tab... just tick "this network connects to the internet" box only....
  leaving the proxy server box unchecked, as well as advanced ( these would be set automatically ) and click ok on top..

  This will return you to the network management settings, 
  On the bottom half, for program to that automatically connect to a private network should connect using ...
  select "My Work Network" as well, then click "edit", go to proxy settings, and just tick same as above procedure....

  Note: Besides the above steps to select networks, you can ignore the "dialing rules" and "exceptions" boxes alone...

2. Go to Settings > Connections > Wi-fi
  Under configure wireless networks, you should be able to see the list of your wifi networks...  
  First, go to Network Adapters tab and then for my network card connects to.... select " The Internet" ( not Work )..
  Secondly, go back to Wireless tab, scroll down to your house wifi...and click on Menu > Edit. select connect to the internet ( not Work),
  click Next ....For Authentication box ,select "Open" and for data encryption box, select "disabled". 
Other boxes can be left blank, and click "Next" and then "Finish".

*I hope this will help you.

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Just a clarification here this WAP54G is not a router this a wireless access point so it doesn't have any DHCP server, if your WAP54G is connected directly to a plain modem, I can tell you the only 1 device will be able to use the internet using WAP54G, if you want try to turn off the laptop and then that time connect your Wii to the wireless network of your WAP54G and it will work fine since the laptop is power off and the Wii will be using the Ip address from your modem....if that setup work for the Wii to go online while laptop is power off, Let me recommend you to get a Linksys wireless router modem number WRt54G if the WAp54G is new have it replace with that model....

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    Mark Gil Dec 30, 2008

    Try reading my message for you so this can be fix...

    Just a clarification here this WAP54G is not a router this a wireless
    access point so it doesn't have any DHCP server, if your WAP54G is
    connected directly to a plain modem,
    I can tell you the only 1 device
    will be able to use the internet using WAP54G, if you want try to turn
    off the laptop and then that time connect your Wii to the wireless
    network of your WAP54G and it will work fine since the laptop is power
    off and the Wii will be using the Ip address from your modem....if that
    setup work for the Wii to go online while laptop is power off, Let me
    recommend you to get a Linksys wireless router modem number WRt54G if
    the WAp54G is new have it replace with that model....



  • Mark Gil
    Mark Gil Dec 30, 2008

    Thank you Benim but I think the client is not seeing my post on this thread, but that's OK....Hopefully the client will see your comment...

  • Mark Gil
    Mark Gil Dec 31, 2008

    If this WAP54G is still new I would suggest you get a wireless router Like WrT54G from Linksys or WGR54G from Netgear or DIR300 from Dlink, and any of those model number of router will make the alptop and WII to go online at the same time.....

  • Mark Gil
    Mark Gil Jan 14, 2009

    Getting a wireless router will definitely solve the problem, since the WAP54G that you have before is not a router and cannot do the job that you need....

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Here is what I woul do first, I had a similar problem with a friends connection, and after driving myself to the point that you are getting close to, try this, Go into my network places on the desktop a,d if it's showing the Wee, delete it if it's not, even better then just go to create a new connection, and re install using the disk, Just one other thing, make sure you have allowed the proper settings in your firewall, if this dosen't work we have some real troublshooting to do, thanks for your business,Gym

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    George Bill Jan 14, 2009

    tha't just the way these things workout, you can waste a lot of time trying to fix them or just replace them. I lost track of your post as there are so many thousands in here. The only thing you can try, now that you fixed it, isto flash the firmware on the old unit, and if that fixes it, you have a spare that you will find a use for down the road

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Manually set the IP address of the Wii to:

  • IP address 192.168.1.200
  • Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
  • Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
  • DNS would be what your ISP is using. You can get those details from your routers web interface or ipconfig /all at the command prompt of your PC.
hope this helps.

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Are you sure that you are trying to connect from a region from where a wi fi connection is available.try to connect it from another region and if it does not take any effect,change the settings and look.try it.thank you

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

  • JITHIN ANTONY Dec 28, 2008

    the region i have mean is that the wifi is available in certain areas as like the network coverage of mobiles.thank you

  • JITHIN ANTONY Jan 05, 2009

    does the problem solved

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HI
try reinstalling or hard resetting the router.

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    There is a switch on the underside of the DESKTOP at the front, it's in the off position out of the box, you need to flip it to 'on'. try that?


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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 28, 2008

     I suggest to disable the other adapter before installing the other wireless adapter
    -- if the wireless adapter is a built in wireless adapter and you are using a windows xp computer, chances are that the built in utility and the xp wzc are the one causing the problem. you have to disable one of this utility to make your connection working
    -- the utility is sometimes located at your system. if you wish to use the utility you have to disable the wzx or the other way around. 



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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 28, 2008

    Try going into device manager and finding it in the list and making sure it is enabled and then go into device properties and click update driver.It's possible that your  router settings is not set properly on your linksys card. Do you know if you have a security enabled on your  router.

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The wii has too be set up through it's own software first. You have to create an account with them and then try wireless

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, pls verify that the WEP, WPA and MAC filter are not enabled in the LinSys.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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    Louie Role Dec 28, 2008

    manually set the IP address of the Wii to:


    • IP address 192.168.1.200

    • Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

    • Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
    Pls update results.


  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Dec 28, 2008

    The DNS would be what your ISP is using. You can get those details from your routers web interface or ipconfig /all at the command prompt.

  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Dec 29, 2008

    Hi again,

    Pls try:


    • get the MAC address of the Wii;

    • open the web interface of the LinkSys;

    • click on Wireless tab;

    • click on Wireless MAC Filter;

    • tick Enabled, tick Permit;

    • under Wireless Client List, enter the MAC address of your Wii;

    • do the same for all other WiFi connected computers in your network.
    Cheers.



  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Dec 29, 2008

    Oh, BTW, your WiFi network would no longer be "Open" if you follow above procedures.

  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Dec 29, 2008

    Have you tried engaging the MAC filter in the router?

  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Dec 29, 2008

    We were discussing your concern and have arrived at a new view of the possible solution. This is based on corrected information that were made available to us.

    One of those who responded would be in a better position to outline the steps needed. You could also go direct, clicked here and do an Ask Me.

    With his indulgence, I would re-post:
    Solution by marked:
    Just a clarification here this WAP54G is not a router this a wireless
    access point so it doesn't have any DHCP server, if your WAP54G is
    connected directly to a plain modem, I can tell you the only 1 device
    will be able to use the internet using WAP54G, if you want try to turn
    off the laptop and then that time connect your Wii to the wireless
    network of your WAP54G and it will work fine since the laptop is power
    off and the Wii will be using the Ip address from your modem....if that
    setup work for the Wii to go online while laptop is power off, Let me
    recommend you to get a Linksys wireless router modem number WRt54G if
    the WAp54G is new have it replace with that model....





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Hi
There is a reset button on the linksys, you can hold it down for 30seconds to restore the wireless to default settings, you will be able to connect right after it has started up but so will be everyone else you may want to setup some security in the wireless consult your user manual that came with the wireless, it maybe on a cd.

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