How to set up WiFi for local play?

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Oct 12, 2007
  1. striderx
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    When you play Pokemon D/P you can battle another trainer either via wireless or WiFi.

    Wireless is okay, but there are rules that WiFi supports that wireless doesn't, like level limits, etc...

    I have a laptop, the Nintendo USB WiFi Connector and a wireless router.

    Can I use the Nintendo dongle on my laptop to create an ad-hoc local WiFi "service" that can support battles over WiFi?

    If I can't do it with the Nintendo dongle, can I do it with my wireless router?

    If I can, how would I configure it to work?

    TIA

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    well, if you used fcs, it should work fine
     
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    Okay, I guess I wasn't clear enough.

    I want to use my laptop, without the laptop being connected to the internet, to be the "host" for WFC connections between DS's.

    I want to use the WFC because it supports more battle options and rules than wireless does (like level limits, etc...)

    When I try to use the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector it won't even install without the computer being connected to the internet.

    Okay, so anyone? Bueller?

    thanks!

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    The WFC service can only be operated by Nintendo. So... no.
     
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    Aha... and there's the answer I needed. But not the one I wanted!

    Onward... [​IMG]

    thanks

    striderx
     

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