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Discussion in 'NDS - Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection' started by saintdeux, Nov 17, 2008.
can we connect 2 emulators in 1 comp. and can we use wifi??
EDIT: You can't.
Stupid one-word post rule.
Actually I don't know about wifi, but I've seen two emulators connect before, I'm not sure how its done.
Are you sure about that? I know GBA emulators have had linking for quite some time, but I haven't heard about any DS emulators which can do it, either locally or over wifi.
Although emulation is not my field of expertise and I am not completely sure this wouldn't work, my answer at this time would be no.
no you cant ive tried it in a lot of ways and no you cant
As it stands, no NDS emulator will have local downplay support nor WiFi support. For local download play, the Nintendo DS expects 0 latency due to the proximity of the DS consoles. So there must be 0 lag for it to work and the NDS has a very low tolerance for latency. Even if you have a very fast connection, the latency of simply having your request routed through your ISP and the servers until it eaches its target would cause download play to fail. People have tried in the past but they all failed to implement download play because of this.
Now only is latency is a problem but download play and WiFi uses RSA encryption to verify the data is from a Nintendo DS and hasn't been tampered with. As to this day, no one has been able to break the RSA encryption used by Nintendo so its impossible for a NDS to add in official WiFi support since the Nintendo DS requires a RSA encrypted connection to the Nintendo servrs before connecting to other people.
Now there has been projects to tunnel download play across te internet on the Nintendo DS itself (Though it would require third party hardware and modifying the NDS), but they all failed due to what I stated above. For download play to work you need 0 latency which no ISP is capable of maintaining.
u can use no$gba to connect 2 or more emulators together
but im not sure about wifi on no$gba
how can you connect 2 emulators??
No, you cant.
Oh, come on, don't be so hard with Narin. He gave an excellent explanation in his post, but he didn't write "emulator". Oh, a typo on the Internet! Isn't that unseen? And yet you added NOTHING to the topic saying "No, you cant" [sic]. It's obvious you posted just to make fun of him...
Yes, you can connect 2 emulators in one computer, but you can only connect GBA games, not NDS ones. And you cant use WIFI in an emulator. To clear things up, here's a pic.
no you can't use WIFI in EMULATOr..
Can I play on the network between the emulators?
I think you left this somewhere.
Damphil this post is frome 2008 make a new one
Thanks for the tips, but I do not really need WiFi.
I wish that would emulyator could playeach otherover a network (LAN and Internet).
Such a development is?
Emulator a PS 1 - can play online with another emulator,and can not be real PS 1.
nerco bumping a topic is really bad but i think it is possbile now... (i saw youtube videos of wi-fi) but that's all i'm saying.