How to get your 3DS's IP Address and Port

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  1. ShinyMK
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    ShinyMK known as @PRAGMA

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    To some this may be obvious, to other's it isn't.

    Rosalina Menu Method (Recommended):
    1. Press L+DPADDOWN+SELECT
    2. Open the "Debugger options" menu.
    3. Enable the Debugger and press B once.
    4. On the top right it will show your IP.
    5. (Bonus with this method, is the debugger allows online play while recording with kit-kat).
    FBI Method:
    1. Open FBI (version 2.4.5 or higher - update using the last menu option),
    2. Select "Remote Install" -> "Receive URLs over the network",
    3. Your IP Address and port will be listed on-screen!
    Homebrew Launcher Method:
    1. Open the Homebrew Launcher and press Start and it will show the IP.
    It's that simple :D
     
    Last edited by ShinyMK, Feb 8, 2018
  2. Returnofganon

    Returnofganon I pretend like I know what I'm talking about

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    Cant you just find the ip and port by pressing start (Or some other button) on the main menu of the homebrew channel
     
  3. ShinyMK
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    ShinyMK known as @PRAGMA

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    Yes thats also another way but for Luma users this is imo much faster.
     
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  4. Returnofganon

    Returnofganon I pretend like I know what I'm talking about

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    I guess so but you probably only need to do this once so it doesn't really matter
     
  5. ShinyMK
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    ShinyMK known as @PRAGMA

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    Nope the IP changes every now and then
     
  6. xtheman

    xtheman GBAtemp Guru

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    ???
    It is actually easier to boot ftpd. (shows your 3ds ip on boot)

    To be fair you could just explain how to do this in your post (only adds one line of text).
    No real need for a full thread for something that is as simple as opening an app.
     
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  7. Sang Nguyen

    Sang Nguyen Advanced Member

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    can anyone help me setup ntr on MacBook?
     
  8. szymon170

    szymon170 Pr0FessiuNal HelPeR wiTh HaxXX

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    To some people their IP address changes, and to some it doesn't. You can have static IP address, or you can have a dynamic one.
     
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  9. ShinyMK
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    ShinyMK known as @PRAGMA

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    These arent those type of IP addresses, these are localhost IP's and are NEVER static. They only change if some other device's localhost IP changes on request (Most of the time the router itself) or if another device takes an IP.
     
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