Hi, This is my first time posting here. I apologize in advance if this has been asked before; nothing recent turned up in searches when I looked. I bought a New 3DS XL at launch. Since then, I have been using the "Windows (native) method" described by duke_srg here: http://gbatemp.net/threads/how-to-have-a-homemade-streetpass-relay.352645/page-10#post-4739510 It's worked perfectly, flawlessly even, for nearly 2 weeks -- until yesterday. Nothing has changed on my end, no settings have been altered or hardware switched out. I'm on Windows 7 (64-bit) and using a TP-Link WN725N USB wireless adapter. Suddenly I'm just not getting any streetpasses anymore. The nzone.exe script is running for sure; it is still frequently trying to cycle through MAC addresses (USB adapter is disconnecting/reconnecting as usual), but the actual ConsoleNintendo3DS connection is no longer receiving any packets at all. No clue why. I even set it up again on another system (laptop), and ran into the exact same problem (i.e. it never worked because the connection wasn't receiving any traffic). I've also tried deleting shared network settings' registry entries, uninstalling/reinstalling the USB adapter, and even the VMWare method (has never worked for me). Nada. Is this a common problem? Have others had this issue and been able to fix it? Or is it something that's out of my hands, perhaps something wrong with the streetpass relays? Thanks in advance for any help/advice!