BeUP Live.

Discussion in 'NDS - Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection' started by Hatashi, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. Hatashi
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    I downloaded BeUP Live, and was wondering how to set it up.
    I don't have a wireless router, but I'm using Connectify to make a wireless network out of my wired one with my notebook.
    Any idea which IP I need to enter?
     
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    Have you ever been able to connect within a DS game set up like that?
     
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    Nope, I never was able to connect to the Internet with a DS game [​IMG].

    But I can connect within the DSi menu and browse the internet and such.
     
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    The DSi can use WPA security, but the DS (and DS homebrew) cannot. You need to change the security to WEP.
     
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    Rydian, about this Wifi Connector thing, could you explain what it does to me?
    I searched, but only found problem FAQ's :/.

    And do I really need to buy the original Nintendo one, or can I buy a cheap one from Dealextreme or so?
     
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    Isn't there a setting in whatever you're using now to change to WEP security?

    And the dongle lets you make an access point that the Wii and DS can connect to... however it's sometimes blocked by security/antivirus software. As far as I know a knockoff will work just fine, assuming there's drivers for your OS.