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    Mike May 11, 2010

    Are you asking where the physical router is or are you just trying to find the network connection menu on the PSP?

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You should have a route in your property that connects your home pc to the internet, if you do not have internet at home, then you are unable to connect to the internet.

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How conect my internet to the wii


For those unsure of how to connect your Wii to the internet wirelessly using a wireless router, here is my step-by-step guide for getting online.

First you'll need a compatible wireless router that can be found by going to the following site: http://www.nintendowifi.com/

From there, select your country, which will then take you to the WiFi index page. On this page, mouse over TECH SUPPORT at the top and from the menu that drops down, click on ROUTER INFO. Near the top of the following page, under the words "I don't own a wireless router, help me find one!" there is a "click here" link, which will finally take you to Nintendo's wireless router rating page, which you can look through to either see if your router will work or if you don't have a router, which one to get. For reference, if you live in North America, here is the router rating page.

The following are pics I took of my TV when first setting up my Wii's internet connection...

From the wii home menu...


Go to Wii Options in the lower left.


Click on Wii Settings to the right.


From this first list, click the right arrow.


Now on page 2, click on Internet.


Then click Connection Settings.


From this list, click Connection 1.


Then, click Wireless Connection...


and then click Search for an Access Point.


It will briefly search for any access points and when this screen comes up, click OK.


The following will be a list of nearby access points. If the one you are looking for doesn't show up, click Try again. Then, click the one you have access to...


When the following screen appears, click OK...


and OK again.


It will test the connection...


And if successful, the following will drop down. Click Yes to update Wii.


Sometimes the above screen is false, saying there is an update when there isn't and the following will appear...


Now, back in Wii System Settings, click on WiiConnect24.


From the following list click WiiConnect24.


Click On and then Confirm to save your settings. This feature allows for updates to be seemlessly sent to your Wii so you don't have to do the final step every time.


Ok, the final step, just as a way to make sure your Wii is up to date. Click the right arrow from the 2nd page of Wii System Settings.


Click Wii System Update...


click yes...


it will test your connection for a few seconds...


an update screen may quickly come up and tell you there is an update (whether or not your Wii actually needs one)


and the following screen will appear. Click Wii Menu to finish.

Jul 27, 2012 | Nintendo Wii Console

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How to connect wii to motorola wireless router sbg901


For those unsure of how to connect your Wii to the internet wirelessly using a wireless router, here is my step-by-step guide for getting online.

First you'll need a compatible wireless router that can be found by going to the following site: http://www.nintendowifi.com/

From there, select your country, which will then take you to the WiFi index page. On this page, mouse over TECH SUPPORT at the top and from the menu that drops down, click on ROUTER INFO. Near the top of the following page, under the words "I don't own a wireless router, help me find one!" there is a "click here" link, which will finally take you to Nintendo's wireless router rating page, which you can look through to either see if your router will work or if you don't have a router, which one to get. For reference, if you live in North America, here is the router rating page.

The following are pics I took of my TV when first setting up my Wii's internet connection...

From the wii home menu...
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Go to Wii Options in the lower left.
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Click on Wii Settings to the right.
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From this first list, click the right arrow.
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Now on page 2, click on Internet.
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Then click Connection Settings.
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From this list, click Connection 1.
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Then, click Wireless Connection...
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and then click Search for an Access Point.
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It will briefly search for any access points and when this screen comes up, click OK.
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The following will be a list of nearby access points. If the one you are looking for doesn't show up, click Try again. Then, click the one you have access to...
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When the following screen appears, click OK...
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and OK again.
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It will test the connection...
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And if successful, the following will drop down. Click Yes to update Wii.
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Sometimes the above screen is false, saying there is an update when there isn't and the following will appear...
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Now, back in Wii System Settings, click on WiiConnect24.
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From the following list click WiiConnect24.
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Click On and then Confirm to save your settings. This feature allows for updates to be seemlessly sent to your Wii so you don't have to do the final step every time.
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Ok, the final step, just as a way to make sure your Wii is up to date. Click the right arrow from the 2nd page of Wii System Settings.
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Click Wii System Update...
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click yes...
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it will test your connection for a few seconds...
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an update screen may quickly come up and tell you there is an update (whether or not your Wii actually needs one)
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and the following screen will appear. Click Wii Menu to finish.

Jun 25, 2012 | Nintendo Wii Console

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How do you put inernet on your 3DS?


You will need an internet connection and wireless router. Turn on your DS and access the system settings by tapping the "wrench" icon. Next, tap "Internet Settings". Tap "Connection Settings." Tap "New Connection." Tap "Manual Setup." Tap "Search For Access Point." The DS will search for wireless networks within range and display the networks that it finds. Try to be close to the router when you do this, it helps the DS find the network. A picture of a lock will appear next to each router found. Locate yours. If the lock is open tap your network name and then tap "ok" to save the settings. Tap "ok" again to begin a connection test. If it is successful, you are now connected. If not, search the nintendo website for your error code and it will assist you. If the lock is closed, select your network name and a keyboard will appear. Type in your WEP/WPA key and tap "ok" when finished. Tap "ok" to save the settings. Tap "ok" again to begin a connection test. If it is successful, you are now connected. If not, search the nintendo website for your error code and it will assist you.

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How to get internet access with my wii


For those unsure of how to connect your Wii to the internet wirelessly using a wireless router, here is my step-by-step guide for getting online.

First you'll need a compatible wireless router that can be found by going to the following site: http://www.nintendowifi.com/

From there, select your country, which will then take you to the WiFi index page. On this page, mouse over TECH SUPPORT at the top and from the menu that drops down, click on ROUTER INFO. Near the top of the following page, under the words "I don't own a wireless router, help me find one!" there is a "click here" link, which will finally take you to Nintendo's wireless router rating page, which you can look through to either see if your router will work or if you don't have a router, which one to get. For reference, if you live in North America, here is the router rating page.

The following are pics I took of my TV when first setting up my Wii's internet connection...

From the wii home menu...

Go to Wii Options in the lower left.

Click on Wii Settings to the right.

From this first list, click the right arrow.

Now on page 2, click on Internet.

Then click Connection Settings.

From this list, click Connection 1.

Then, click Wireless Connection...

and then click Search for an Access Point.

It will briefly search for any access points and when this screen comes up, click OK.

The following will be a list of nearby access points. If the one you are looking for doesn't show up, click Try again. Then, click the one you have access to...

When the following screen appears, click OK...

and OK again.

It will test the connection...
And if successful, the following will drop down. Click Yes to update Wii.

Sometimes the above screen is false, saying there is an update when there isn't and the following will appear...

Now, back in Wii System Settings, click on WiiConnect24.

From the following list click WiiConnect24.

Click On and then Confirm to save your settings. This feature allows for updates to be seemlessly sent to your Wii so you don't have to do the final step every time.

Ok, the final step, just as a way to make sure your Wii is up to date. Click the right arrow from the 2nd page of Wii System Settings.

Click Wii System Update...

click yes...

it will test your connection for a few seconds...
an update screen may quickly come up and tell you there is an update (whether or not your Wii actually needs one)

and the following screen will appear. Click Wii Menu to finish.

Apr 17, 2011 | Nintendo Video Game Consoles

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Cant get wirless internet to connect


First you'll need a compatible wireless router that can be found by going to the following site: http://www.nintendowifi.com/

From there, select your country, which will then take you to the WiFi index page. On this page, mouse over TECH SUPPORT at the top and from the menu that drops down, click on ROUTER INFO. Near the top of the following page, under the words "I don't own a wireless router, help me find one!" there is a "click here" link, which will finally take you to Nintendo's wireless router rating page, which you can look through to either see if your router will work or if you don't have a router, which one to get. For reference, if you live in North America, here is the router rating page.

The following are pics I took of my TV when first setting up my Wii's internet connection...

From the wii home menu...
Go to Wii Options in the lower left.


Click on Wii Settings to the right.


From this first list, click the right arrow.


Now on page 2, click on Internet.


Then click Connection Settings.


From this list, click Connection 1.


Then, click Wireless Connection...


and then click Search for an Access Point.


It will briefly search for any access points and when this screen comes up, click OK.


The following will be a list of nearby access points. If the one you are looking for doesn't show up, click Try again. Then, click the one you have access to...


When the following screen appears, click OK...


and OK again.


It will test the connection...And if successful, the following will drop down. Click Yes to update Wii.Sometimes the above screen is false, saying there is an update when there isn't and the following will appear...Now, back in Wii System Settings, click on WiiConnect24.From the following list click WiiConnect24.Click On and then Confirm to save your settings. This feature allows for updates to be seemlessly sent to your Wii so you don't have to do the final step every time.Ok, the final step, just as a way to make sure your Wii is up to date. Click the right arrow from the 2nd page of Wii System Settings.Click Wii System Update...click yes...it will test your connection for a few seconds...an update screen may quickly come up and tell you there is an update (whether or not your Wii actually needs one)and the following screen will appear. Click Wii Menu to finish.

Mar 15, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Web setup


With a Wi-Fi compatible game inserted into your Nintendo DS, access the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Settings screen. Your game manual provides information on how to do this for the game you are playing.
  1. Tap Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Settings
  2. Tap one of the Connection slots
  3. Tap "Search For An Access Point"

The Nintendo DS will then display the name of your wireless access point.
If your Access Point has a blue, unlocked icon, tap the Access Point name, and then 'OK.' The Nintendo DS will then establish a connection with your router. Back out to the main screen of your game and your ready to play online.

If your Access Point has a red, locked icon, the Nintendo DS has detected WEP key security on your router. Tap the Access Point name on the Nintendo DS and then enter the WEP key for your router on the following screen and tap 'OK' to save the settings.

Tap 'OK' again and the Nintendo DS will then establish a connection with your router. Back out to the main screen of your game and your ready to play online.

If your Access Point has a gray, locked icon, the Nintendo DS has determined your router's security settings are not supported by the Nintendo DS. In order to connect to the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, you will need to either switch to WEP security, or remove the security setting of your router when connecting with the Nintendo DS.

NOTE: All information taken from http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_na/ds/connect.jsp

Oct 09, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite

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My x box wont connect to wireless router after power cut


Turn off your router and wait 30 seconds before turning it back on, if this does not work check that all your router info is all ok, you want your my xbox page,scroll over to the right to the systems settings page, click network settings,click configure network.
If that is all ok, click test xbox live conection, this will tell you where your problem is and give you some suggestions on what to do.
Remember thumbs up if this helps.

Feb 07, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Ip adress keeps timing out


bro you will need to change your wep code even if you know the correct one i think it is becuse it allows other devices or somthing to conecte through to change your wep code do the following

1 open internet broser

2 type in the bar (http://192.168.0.1) tuyp tthis in for D-link routers. for Netgear routers type(http://192.168.1.1) as for Belkin routers type (http://192.168.2.1) if you have a diffrent router you are going to have to shearch it on google.

3 ok now when you put in the routers address in the address bar and press enter this parssword/user name thing will pop up you will net to enter (admin) this is the defalt for most routers if you have a difrent router look in the instruction manal or somthing. if you have changed it and you can nto remeber it ring your brodband support.

4 ok now your in your routers seetings change your wep code then reenter the same thing on your psp.

ok some times this will not work and the (ip address thing has timed out) thing will be starting to really **** you off ok this is what you do.

5 go to the start botton in the bottem right coner and click on this then you will need to click on run let it pop up and in the bar type (cmd) this will bring the comarnd promt up if you have vista just go all programs then to asseories then the comarnd promt.

6 once you have ented in (cmd) click on enter and the command promt will pop up in there just type (ipconfig/all) then it will come up with a bunch of informatin on your router.

7 go on your psp and go to ip settings click on manal and enter in the settings that the command promt are telling you.

note: make sure you dont use yuor proxy setings this secrew up thes all way of doing it.


then you are all done and this should work!!!!!!!

Jul 02, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Router problems when using xbox live


This sounds like a problem i ran into a few years back with a ps2.

This is not a machine related problem this is a signal strength problem. Most likely you have too much cord in between the router and the X box try shortening that cord as much as possible.

If this doesnt work try calling 1-800-4MY-XBOX

they will run a few tests with you and confirm my diagnosis.

you might be forced to run Xbox lve directly off your modem in an extremem situation or consider upgrading your internet signal or router

GL

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