nds-constrain't - Taking advantage of a flaw in the Nintendo DS(i) SSL library

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by shutterbug2000, Oct 29, 2018.

  1. drgnslayers

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    you are correct. still, we agree that the servers for Wii and DS games weren't theirs
     
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  2. zoogie

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  3. WintendoZone

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    Is this still up? I'm getting a bunch of errors.
     
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  4. banjo2

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    Which errors? I connected in Metroid Prime Hunters (real card) just fine, using 164.132.44.106 and 8.8.8.8
     
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  5. WintendoZone

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    Is that last part (8.8.8.8) required? That might be my issue.
     
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  6. banjo2

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    I don't know, try, I guess.
     
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  7. raxadian

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    Did you read how to connect to the server? If you miss any step is likely to give you trouble.
     
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  8. WintendoZone

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    Nevermind, I actually fixed it. I found out I was using an older DNS from a YouTube video, which actually worked for like four matches, and then it kept kicking me off.

    Note to self: stop watching outdated YouTube tutorials
     
  9. Aigle67

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    This doesn't work for me, i tried the dns 164.132.44.106 & 178.62.43.212 with 1.1.1.1 and 8.8.8.8 as secondary dns and it keeps giving me the error 20110 (wfc service has been discontinued message)
    I tried on Mario Kart DS, Pokémon Diamond and pokémon black
     
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  10. Ryccardo

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    No, it's just a fallback (you can enter literally anything that fits, it won't be used as long as the primary server is up, if the secondary server isn't actually a DNS you will lose all name resolution in that case, regardless of whether it works or not it likely won't remap WFC to Wiimmfi/altwfc)
     
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  11. raxadian

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    Try at different times in the day and remember to read the instructions in case you are missing something.
     
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  12. ToxicXender

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    My Issue on this is that..When I go to the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Setup Screen on my 3DS (my DSI is in storage)
    it says that my Access Point is not acceptable for a 3ds... I have no idea what to do now.
     
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  13. WintendoZone

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    Are you sure you're not using the 3DS connection page? You have to use the Nintendo DS connections option when using wiimfi.
     
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  14. ToxicXender

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    I'm using the Nintendo DS Connections option to do this...but it doesn't work for me one bit
     
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  15. sks316

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    No you don't. If your access point is WPA2 and your game is DSi-Enhanced (such as Pokemon BW2), 3DS settings can be used. Else, a WEP access point and DS settings are indeed needed.
     
  16. WintendoZone

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    Try resetting your configuration if you already have settings.

    To do that:

    Go to Configuration Settings
    Go to Other Settings
    And reset your WiFi data
    Then set up your WiFi!

    If that doesn't work, try deleting your friends off of your friend list. That worked for me.

    Hope this works!

    Okay, you are right about that part. I use wiimmfi for playing Mario Kart DS, so I didn't know you could do that. Thanks for the heads up.
     
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  17. ToxicXender

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    Ah okay, I understand now thank you!
     
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  18. WintendoZone

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    You're welcome! Let me know if it worked!
     
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  19. ToxicXender

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    Well it does work for DSI-Enhanced games, but I only have Pokemon Black to test it on, I do have Mario Kart but I believe that one isn't DSI-Enhanced and I do not have a way to get a WEP connection.
     
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  20. raxadian

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    Have you tried the double smartphone trick? Basically first set a smartphone to receive wifi and sent bandwidth by bluetooth to another smartphone, they set the second smartphone as an open or Wep Wifi hotspot.

    That's what I do.
     
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