How to connect a passworded connection using DSHobro,Bunjalloo,Beup?

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  1. ericling
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    How to connect a passworded connection using DSHobro,Bunjalloo,Beup?
    My house wireless internet got password...
    So I need to type password when using it...
    But..
    When I using DSHobro,Bunjalloo,Beup,I dun see any box for me to type password??
    Is there possible DSHobro,Bunjalloo,Beup connect to a security connection?
    Anyone can help me...
    Thanks.......
     
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    Hi ericling

    Use a Retail Wi-Fi game to set up the wi-fi connection, the wi-fi homebrew application will then use those settings to connect.

    If you hit any snags getting the homebrew to connect try giving your DS a fixed IP address rather than automatically assigned.

    Otherwise let us know how you get on.
     
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    I type all the IP address,Gateway .....etc...(that i get from command )
    But It still failed...
    I think that because of the password....
    Anyway for me to type password to get connect to the connection?
    What u mean the "fixed IP address?
     
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    Sorry, your reply is a bit confusing. Anyhow, this is the process to get connected:

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    You will see in the last screen it clearly asks for the password (called a WEP key)

    Until you get a retail wi-fi game set up use the "auto-obtain" options for IP address and DNS/name servers, that will save you having to type in anything for them.

    Once you get that far come back and let us know.
     
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    Please learn English, you live in an English speaking country, so there's no excuse.

    A "password" is not used by the ds. Only a WEP key. Sp either you called a WEP key a password or you can't use it at all.
     
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    OH....really sorry for my bad english.....
    I am not connecting to any game...
    From Chuck,it connecting to Mario Kart right?
    I wanna to connect with DSOrganize web browser....
    But I cant get connect....
    Anybody can help me???
     
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    Does this sentence mean that you have been able to connect to wi-fi successfully using Mario Cart?
     
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    Er...No...I does not mean that...Now I cant try it now...
    Because my wireless router got
     
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    So, as I said, get Mario Kart working via wi-fi then we'll have a look at getting the Homebrew working.
     
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    Just to claify It doesn't have to be mario kart. It can be any game with wifi. For some reason I always use mario kart though [​IMG]
     

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