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Why wont my dsi connect to my 2 wire wireless internent? when i do the connection test it doesnt connect.

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First off, do you have WiFi? If so then continue reading this. Make shure that there is a light on the router that says Internet. If there is no light try reseting the router. Somtimes it is hard for a DSI to go through drywall so try going directly in front of the router. Maybe you are also too far away move closer.

Hope it helped.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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How to get internet


this comes directly from nintendos website:
Turn on your Nintendo DSi and access the System Settings by clicking on the wrench icon.
Scroll over to the third page, and select "Internet."
Now choose "Connection Settings."
Click on "None" for "Connection 1." (Don't see "None" for Connection 1? To ensure any existing settings don't interfere with getting connected, tap the button, then choose "Clear Settings.")
Click on "Search for an Access Point." The Nintendo DSi will search for any wireless networks within range. Once it is finished searching, it will display the names of all the wireless networks it finds.Look for your wireless network.

unlocked_select.png if this pops up beside a connection point, it means that it is has no security measures. u can freely connect to it..

Select "OK," "Save Settings," and then "Yes."

  • Once the Nintendo DSi runs the connection test, you should see the following screen:
      test_success.png As long as you see "Connection test successful," the support code does not matter and can be ignored.




















      that should help you

Jul 03, 2011 | Nintendo DSi XL Burgundy

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How do i connect my nintendo dsi system to the internet?


Hi there!
If you wanted to connect your Nintendo DSI to your wireless connection, just follow the following steps:
  1. Access the system settings while the Nintendo DSi is turned on
  2. Go to the third page and you will find there "Internet"
  3. Choose connection settings from the menu
  4. Click "none" for Connection 1
  5. Click on "Search for Access point"
  6. Your Nintendo DSi will search the available wireless connection in the area and your wireless should be listed.
  7. If you are using a secured wireless, you will be ask to enter the wireless key
  8. Once done, click on OK, Save Settings then Yes
  9. It will do a connection test and it will show if the test is successful or not.
If you want a video tutorial, just head to this website: Nintendo DSi Internet Connection Guide.
Hope this helps.

May 19, 2011 | Nintendo Dsi Pink Console

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Can't connect my dsi to my Wi fi


Turn on the Nintendo DSi then Click on the wrench icon to access "System Settings." Select "Internet" on the third page of System Settings. Select "Connection Settings" and tap the "None" bar in "Connection 1." You have the option of setting up a connection manually, or searching for available connections in the area. The easiest thing to do is select "Search for an Access Point." Your Nintendo DSi will list the names of any wireless access points in range. A gold, unlocked icon next to the connection's name signifies an unlocked WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) connection that can be accessed immediately. A locked gold icon signifies an encrypted WEP connection that requires a WEP key (password).
If you are accessing a locked/encrypted connection, enter your WEP key. You may also click "Change Security Settings" to enter a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key. If your WEP key is correct, your Nintendo DSi should connect. You can test your connection to verify. You're set! Now you can surf the Internet, purchase games and add-ons in the Nintendo DSi Shop, and play games that allow wireless access and competition (with WEP connections, only).
Note Most Nintendo DS and DSi owners can get online by searching for an access point, but some might have to resort to manual setup.The Nintendo DSi can go online with a WPA connection, but actually playing DSi games online requires a WEP connection.
hope this helps

Apr 10, 2011 | Nintendo DSi Black Console

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Trying to hook up DSI to AT&T 2701HG-B gateway to make it wireless


hi,
So you want to connect your Nintendo DSI to your 2wire modem.
Here are the steps for connecting you DSI wirelessly:
1. First you need to realize that the game console the requirements for the wireless password should be WEP.
2. Open the Nintendo DS setup Utility
3. Select the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Settings
4. on the next page just click on the search for an access point.
5. then click on your wireless name.
(when you still using the default name for your 2wire it will be 2wirexxx "XXX last 3 numbers of the serial number of the 2wire modem")
6. when it is asking for the wep key it is the 10 numbers under the barcode of your 2wire modem.
7. Select No under Auto-obtain IP Adress.
8. click Save settings.
this is the steps on connecting your DSI for wireless connection.
If this doesnt work call At&t for connecting your DSI.
Thank you for choosing FIXYA.

Mar 04, 2011 | 2wire 2700HG-B Router (2700HGB)

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I want internet in the DSi.


You can follow these steps in configuring the wireless connection on your DSI for you to be able to browse the internet with it.

1. Turn on the Nintendo DSi

2. Click on the wrench icon to access "System Settings."

3. Select "Internet" on the third page of System Settings.

4. Select "Connection Settings" and tap the "None" bar in "Connection 1."

5. You have the option of setting up a connection manually, or searching for available connections in the area. You may also access your Nintendo Wi-Fi USB connector, if you have one (the product has been discontinued). The easiest thing to do is select "Search for an Access Point."

6. Your Nintendo DSi will list the names of any wireless access points in range. A gold, unlocked icon next to the connection's name signifies an unlocked WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) connection that can be accessed immediately. A locked gold icon signifies an encrypted WEP connection that requires a WEP key (password).

7. If you are accessing a locked/encrypted connection, enter your WEP key. You may also click "Change Security Settings" to enter a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key.

8. If your WEP key is correct, your Nintendo DSi should connect. You can test your connection to verify.

Feb 12, 2011 | Nintendo DSi Black Console

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I have a dsi.The problem is I don't know how to connect my dsi to the internet.


Turn on the Nintendo DSi then Click on the wrench icon to access "System Settings." Select "Internet" on the third page of System Settings. Select "Connection Settings" and tap the "None" bar in "Connection 1." You have the option of setting up a connection manually, or searching for available connections in the area. The easiest thing to do is select "Search for an Access Point." Your Nintendo DSi will list the names of any wireless access points in range. A gold, unlocked icon next to the connection's name signifies an unlocked WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) connection that can be accessed immediately. A locked gold icon signifies an encrypted WEP connection that requires a WEP key (password).
If you are accessing a locked/encrypted connection, enter your WEP key. You may also click "Change Security Settings" to enter a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key. If your WEP key is correct, your Nintendo DSi should connect. You can test your connection to verify. You're set! Now you can surf the Internet, purchase games and add-ons in the Nintendo DSi Shop, and play games that allow wireless access and competition (with WEP connections, only).
Note Most Nintendo DS and DSi owners can get online by searching for an access point, but some might have to resort to manual setup.The Nintendo DSi can go online with a WPA connection, but actually playing DSi games online requires a WEP connection.

Jan 18, 2011 | Nintendo DSi Blue Console

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Error code 051099


It appears that the settings entered into the Nintendo DS are not compatible, or the router's broadcast settings should be changed.

What we need to do is try creating a new connection with your system.
1. Turn on your Nintendo DSi and access the System Settings by clicking on the wrench icon
2. Scroll over to the third page, and select "Internet."
3. Now choose "Connection Settings."
4. Click on "None" for "Connection 1." (Don't see "None" for Connection 1? To ensure any existing settings don't interfere with getting connected, tap the button, then choose "Clear Settings.")
5. Click on "Search for an Access Point."
6. The Nintendo DSi will search for any wireless networks within range. Once it is finished searching, it will display the names of all the wireless networks it finds.
Look for your wireless network.
7.What to do next will depend on the "lock" icon you see next to your network on the Nintendo DSi.

You will now have 3 options
A. GOLD UNLOCKED LOCK (No security - Tap on your network name to save the settings and begin a connection test.)
B. GOLD LOCKED LOCK
WEP security - Your wireless network is secured with WEP and requires a security key.

Follow the steps now depending on your option
A.
Select "OK," "Save Settings," and then "Yes." The connection test was successful - Your Nintendo DSi is now connected online.
The connection test was not successful - If the test was not successful, you will receive an error code. LET ME KNOW WHAT IT IS

B. WEP security - Your wireless network is secured with WEP and requires a security key.
Enter your WEP key
On the upper screen you will be informed that "A security key is needed to connect to this access point." Enter your security key by tapping the empty field, and select "OK" when finished.

Select "OK," "Save Settings," and then "Yes."


The connection test was successful - Your Nintendo DSi is now connected online.

  • The connection test was not successful - If the test was not successful, you will receive an error code.
    • Error Code 51300 or 51099: This means the security code entered into the Nintendo DSi is not the same one the router is set to. Scroll back up to step #3 of this page for the step-by-step directions. To reach your connection settings, click "back" on the error code screen. Make sure to pay extra attention to the security key you find in your router's settings and enter it exactly as it appears (the key is case sensitive).
    • All other error codes: Let me know what it is.
  • Jan 15, 2011 | Nintendo DSi (0.25 GB) Blue Console

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    How to get internet on dsi


    Turn on the Nintendo DSi then Click on the wrench icon to access "System Settings." Select "Internet" on the third page of System Settings. Select "Connection Settings" and tap the "None" bar in "Connection 1." You have the option of setting up a connection manually, or searching for available connections in the area. The easiest thing to do is select "Search for an Access Point." Your Nintendo DSi will list the names of any wireless access points in range. A gold, unlocked icon next to the connection's name signifies an unlocked WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) connection that can be accessed immediately. A locked gold icon signifies an encrypted WEP connection that requires a WEP key (password).
    If you are accessing a locked/encrypted connection, enter your WEP key. You may also click "Change Security Settings" to enter a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key. If your WEP key is correct, your Nintendo DSi should connect. You can test your connection to verify. You're set! Now you can surf the Internet, purchase games and add-ons in the Nintendo DSi Shop, and play games that allow wireless access and competition (with WEP connections, only).
    Note Most Nintendo DS and DSi owners can get online by searching for an access point, but some might have to resort to manual setup.The Nintendo DSi can go online with a WPA connection, but actually playing DSi games online requires a WEP connection.

    Jan 04, 2011 | Nintendo DSi White Console

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    Error code 051110-1 nintendo dsi wont connect to internet


    the dsi is trying to connect to connection file 2 ?? usually your home wireless connection is file 1 ? edit connection 2 with the same details that are in connection file 1 , or tell the dsi to use connection file 1 instead hope this helps ?? let me know

    Jan 24, 2010 | Nintendo DSi White Console

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    Wired nor wireless connections for my ps3 wont work


    if you setup your wireless in adhoc mode like useing the pc wirless it wont work because ps3 doesnt see adhoc wireless.

    and for the ethernet connection is the pc setup right. you have to enable internet sharing on the accuall interface that has internet..
    If local area connection 1 is connected to internet and local area connection 2 is plugged into ps3 then under local area connection 1 settings you have to set share this connection and in the drop down menu select local area connection 2. other than that you need to buy a router.

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