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WIFI & WBR 1310

How do you install a wifi connection from a nintendo ds to dlink (WBR 1310). I tried the Mac filtering method, but for some reason when I do, my internet goes hectic and I lose both the router connection as well as network adapter connection. It is so frustrating! Any suggestions.

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Fix your router again. If the wifi is fine, you just have to let the nintendo search for the wireless network and connect to it. You don't have to do anything on the router to let your nintendo to connect.

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