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Trying to get on the internate but need to put in ssid number which is the same as the wep i guess

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No, your SSID is the wireless "ID" that your router has, when you scan with the Wii it will say something like "BTHomeHub-****" depending on your make and model of router. Scan first with the Wii and then see what SSID's are displayed, yours will normally be the one with the strongest signal.

Hope this helps

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