D-Link DSL-2640U: Anyone got it working in WPA2?

Discussion in 'Wii - Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection' started by OOPMan, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. OOPMan
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    I have a D-Link DSL-2640U adsl modem/router/access point combo and the Wii does not seem to like it.

    I've tested wifi with the router set to:
    • Open
    • WPA2-PSK AES
    • WPA2-PSL/WPA-PSK AES
    The only option that works with the Wii seems to be open, which is no use.

    Anyone have any advice.

    As a side note, I'm running 4.1E
     
  2. misteromar

    misteromar GBAtemp Regular

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    You put the key in to the Wii?
     
  3. OOPMan
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    Obviously :-)

    The only thing that seems to work is open mode. The modes where I have to enter a key just don't work :-(
     
  4. MaK11-12

    MaK11-12 GBAtemp Regular

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    I think it only works on WEP
     
  5. trumpet-205

    trumpet-205 Embrace the darkness within

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    Funny, casue WPA2-PSK [AES] works on my Wii perfectly.

    I can't say anything about WPA-PSA [AES], but WPA-PSK [TKIP] also works on my WIi.

    Wii supports WEP/WPA/WPA2
     
  6. Am0s

    Am0s Mojo Risin

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    wii supports WPA2-PSK TKIP along most others, if you wii cant connect to your router when the security is on then you have an issue with the SSID or network key or both or the access control list ACL for short, ACL resides in the router and is like a list of devices which can connect, when there is no security there is no ACL, and when the security is up then it refers to the ACL, there is one other aspect aswell, most routers can be set to auto accept new connections, or by register only, or by not accepting connections, you will want to check them too.

    If after you checked everything then really the only thing can be at fault is the router, but dont despair as you can reset the router back to factory settings, and that will delete a little file in the router storage memory called a config file.

    I know with some D-Links you have to save the changes and they are in some weird ass place

    I have mine connecting fine on WPA2-PSK TKIP fine

    also make sure connect on demand is not ticked that way your router wont drop the connection