Question about Nintendo Call of Duty: World at War for Wii
The thing about cable internet is the more people who get on the network in your neighborhood the worse your latency gets; same thing goes for the Nintendo Gaming Network. You can improve you latency by opening up your firewall for the Nintendo; there are two ways of doing this.
Setup port forwarding on your home router:
Or you can sent a Static IP Address as a DMZ (Demilitarized Zone). Then set your Nintendo IP Adress to match the DMZ IP Address so your router won't block any packets sent across the internet.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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