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Hi. Please see procedure below on how to connect the console to wireless router for you to have internet connection.

  • 1 Click the "Wii" button in the lower left corner of the main Wii console screen.
  • 2 Go to "Wii Settings" and "Internet."
  • 3 Click "Connection Settings" and select a connection that's marked "None."
  • 4 Select "Wireless Connection" and "Search for Access Point."
  • 5 Choose which access point to connect to and click "OK."
    Manual Setup
  • 1 Click the "Wii" button in the lower left corner of the main Wii console screen.
  • 2 Go to "Wii Settings" and "Internet." Click "Connection Settings" and choose an open connection that's marked "None."
  • 3 Choose "Wireless Connection" and "Manual Setup."
  • 4 Enter the SSID for your router. Click the blue arrow to the right of the box to go to the next screen.
  • 5 Enter security information. If you don't use WEP or WPA security, skip to the next screen.
  • 6 Choose whether or not to auto-obtain the IP and DNS information. If you don't choose to auto-obtain, go to "Advanced Settings" and enter your IP information.
  • 7 Set the MTU value. Most users leave this blank, but it can be set at 1500 if you have trouble connecting.
  • 8 Choose "Save" and "OK." Select "OK" again to test the connection
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