Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Posted by Anonymous on
The SSID is the name of your router and most of the time the wep key you need is marked under the router, the first thing is to search for the SSID( your routers name) on your nintendo wii, when you have found the right SSID witch by the way should be the strongest signal around as it should be the nearest signal, then you need to put in the wep key ( the same wep key you have on your pc,) that is if you have secured wireless signal, if you have an open signal you should be able to search for the SSID, and when you found the right SSID you just need to connect.
Hope it helps!!
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: what is SSID stand for.
SSID means "Service Set Identifier" it is the wireless broadcast name from your wireless router by default it is your router name. hope that clarifies your question. if you need further help, just post another question here.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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