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What do i need to get internet on my nintendo wii

I want to get the internet enabled on my nintendo wii what if any equipment do i need and how do i set it up

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All you need is a wireless router. The Wii comes ready w/ WiFi. We installed a Linksys WRT54G2 router and hard wired to one sons xbox and Wii connects via WiFi. The router was about $45.00 @ Best Buy.

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Hook netflix to tv


Netflix should already be available on the Wii, you just need an internet connection or wifi to the wii, and an active netflix account, then follow the instructions and use your computer to go to netflix to update your home viewing equipment (ie activating your wii on the account).

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Nintendo Wii Error Code 52030 The most likely cause of error 52030 is that the...


Nintendo Wii Error Code 52030<br /><br />The most likely cause of error <b>52030</b> is that the router securityinformation was entered incorrectly on your Wii or that your router is unableto assign an IP address to the Wii.<br /><br />If this problem <b>just started</b>, and your Wii was working before, then tryto <b>power cycle</b> your equipment. Turn off the modem, router and Wii. After10 seconds turn on the Modem, after 30 seconds turn on your router, and after30 seconds turn on the Wii.<br /><br />If this does not work then continue below,<br /><br /><b>Make sure</b> your wireless <a href="/../support/r9300725-nintendo_error_code_52030"><span><span>network<span>security</span></span></span></a> password and security typeis entered into your Nintendo Wii correctly. You can go into your routersconfiguration page to view the security key and view security type. If needed,you can change these. On most routers, you can access the configuration page byopening your Internet Browser and going to the router ip address(gatewayaddress) 192.168.1.1 This address may vary from router to router. Once you goto this address you should get a login page. Login and then go to your Wirelesssettings page to view the settings you need for your Wii. Once you verify thesecurity key and type, input these settings into your Wii and test theconnection. Click <a href="/../support/r9198848-connect_nintendo_wii_internet">here</a> for my <a href="/../support/r9300725-nintendo_error_code_52030"><span><span>tech</span></span></a> article on how to configureinternet settings on the Nintendo Wii.<br /><br />Tip - To view your gateway address in Windows do the following,<br />Go to Start &gt; Run and in the run box type "command" or"cmd". A black DOS window should open. In this window type"ipconfig /all" you should <a href="/../support/r9300725-nintendo_error_code_52030"><span><span>now</span></span></a> see a gateway address.<br /><br />-<b>Most home networks </b>will use DCHP. What is DCHP? This is Dynamic HostConfiguration Protocol. In short, it means your router or <a href="/../support/r9300725-nintendo_error_code_52030"><span><span>server</span></span></a> will assign IP and DNSaddresses out automatically, with no intervention needed from you. If you aremanually using settings(not using DCHP) you will need to assign an IP/DNSaddress to your Wii.<br /><br /><b>To get </b>to the Wii settings to input an IP address and DNS address, dothe following,<br /><br />Access the Wii System settings and select "Internet" from Page 2.<br />Select "Connection Settings" and choose the connection file youcurrently use (will have a red border around it).<br />Select "Change Settings," and click the right blue arrow twice toreach "Auto-Obtain IP Address."<br />Click on "No" and select "Advanced Settings."<br /><br />Enter in your IP address, DNS address and subnet mask information.<br /><br />A Wii connection test should confirm the internet is now working. Again, mosthome networks use DCHP so you may not need to set an IP address.<br /><br />-<b>Interference</b> can also cause this issue. Try and make sure there are nowireless devices around the Wii and router and the Wii is in an open areawithout devices blocking it.<br />-<b>Change your router's channel</b> setting to 1 or 11. By default, mostrouters broadcast on channel 6, which overlaps with other channels and may beweaker.<br /><br />If you are still having trouble, you may want to reach out to NintendoTechnical Support at 1-800-255-3700<br /><br />-G33k<br /><br />Check out some of my other tech articles!<br /><a href="/../support/r9300521-nintendo_wii_error_code_51031">Nintendo Wii Error Code 51031</a><br /><a href="/../support/r9300387-tuneup_utilities_prefetch_data_deleted">Tuneup utilities prefetch data deleted</a><br /><a href="/../support/r9275311-computer_freezes_computer_stuck">Computer freezes, computer stuck</a><br /><a href="/../support/r9256225-disable_enable_microsoft_windows_startup">How to disable/enable Microsoft Windows startup programs</a><br /><a href="/../support/r9223119-garmin_gps_stuck_not_updating_no">Garmin GPS - stuck , not updating, no signal problems</a><br /><br />Keywords<br /><b>Nintendo Wii Error Code 52030, Wii error code 52030, Wii 52030, Nintendo Wiiinternet issues, Wii internet, Nintendo Wii internet</b>

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I dont now how to get wired enternet on the wii


To get wired ethernet, you will have to purchase an adapter like this one: http://www.amazon.com/Nintendo-Wii-USB-Enabled-Lan-Adapter/dp/B000WY8GW8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308609490&sr=8-1
The Wii itself does not have wired internet.

Jun 20, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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MY WII WONT CONNECT WITH THE INTERNET


Is WiiConnect24 enabled? Can you find your router on your Wii and connect to it? Have you entered the correct WEP key when trying to connect to your router?
If none of these solve your problem, follow this guide: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/getOnline/index.jsp

May 05, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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The internet is not working


Run the "Internet connection test" on your Wii and follow the instructions it gives for enabling internet.

Also, check that the ethernet cable is properly connected to your Wii and router, and make sure you are using DHCP on the Wii and on your router's setting page.

Dec 20, 2010 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Wont let me get to internet


hi,
There is a USB adapter that you will need to buy that will enable you to use an ethernet cable to hook to your Wii to get internet.

Apr 21, 2010 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Cant connect internet


hi,There is a USB adapter that you will need to buy that will enable you to use an ethernet cable to hook to your Wii to get internet.

Apr 12, 2010 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Internet 4 wii


There is a USB adapter that you will need to buy that will enable you to use an ethernet cable to hook to your Wii to get internet.

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