Palantine CFW 4.X HELP!!!

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  1. WateredFire19
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    Hi! I just installed PCFW on my 3DS XL 4.2 but everytime i open up run.bat it says crtclient: failed to connect. Any help? Thank you!!!!!
     


  2. NazoXIII

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    Did you edit the run.bat at all?

    If you change the IP to the IP of your 3DS you won't have an issue (other than... launching the CFW being dodgy and inconsistant as all hell...)
     
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    ' Yup! I used WNW (wireless network watcher) to find my IP and i started CFW but nothing o_o
     
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    My 3DS IP is 10.0.0.6. Here is my run.bat:
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    installcia 10.0.0.6 1 DevMenu_2x.cia
     
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    Did the CFW actually start up? Blue Top screen, Black bottom screen that flashes briefly, then you jump back to the 3DS menu?
    If that happened and you're back at the menu, all you have to do is launch the run.bat after you edited the proper info, including the ciatotransfer.cia or whatever, you should be all set.

    Unless you, like me (Windows user), didn't have a recent version of some visual C++ redistribution package, so I kept getting a missing .dll error
     
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    The CFW starts (after a matter of trys) . But it just says failed to connect. The blue "internet" bar appears at the top left of the 3D screen.
     
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    If I had to guess, I'd say, Manually set up your 3DS connection, your 3DS is using an odd (and when I say odd, I mean, an IP it really shouldn't be using on a Private consumer network, assuming you have a regular router setup)

    You should set up your connection like normally but manually set up your IP address and DNS settings, give your DS its own IP address that looks like 192.168.x.x, that's what your 3DS's IP should look like.

    If you can set it up properly, and it can connect to your access point with no issue, there shouldn't be any problem.
     
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    Could you explain to me how to set the connection manually?
     
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    Did you hold L when launching the CFW?
     
  11. NazoXIII

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    Sure, go through your normal 3DS Internet connection settings:
    System Settings > Internet Settings > Connection Settings, then find your connection that connects to your router (this should honestly be the only configured connection, so if you have more than one, for now, I'd delete all but your main one)

    Okay, now you want to create a Unique IP for your 3DS,
    So:
    Change Settings > IP Address > Auto-Obtain IP Address = "No" > Detailed Setup > IP Address = 192.168.x.x (The first "x" is commonly 1 or 2, this is entirely dependent on your your network, if you have a windows PC, run command prompt/cmd and type the command "ipconfig /all" look for your "Default Gateway" and If its 192.168.2.10, your 3DS IP Address should be: 192.168.2.x. The second x is the Unique Client number you want your 3DS to have, so put any number your like, I think they cap out at 255, so you can put any number from 2 to 255 (1 is already occupied by your router)

    Subnet mask, is usually 255.255.255.0 on regular home networks, so put that.

    Your Gateway, again, is shown on the ipconfig command prompt, and I'm terribly sorry If you arent a window user, but I don't know the equivalents.

    Now that that part is out of the way, and I apologize for the wall of text, I'm not sure how to word this briefly and still get the point across, on to DNS.

    This part is pretty easy and straight forward, you still have your command prompt or its equivalent open to ipconfig? Scroll to the bottom it should say something about DNS servers, whatever you see there, input it in your Primary DNS setting, I didn't have a second DNS so I just put my Primary and left the 2nd one at 0.0.0.0, if you have 2 DNS servers however, make sure you reflect that in your Secondary.

    If you have any more questions, let me know.
     
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    When i enter the IP is says the IP is incorrect :(
     
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    Okay, run me through what happened
     
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    Just rememberd i have an old Cicso router that generates 192.168.X.X IP's so ill try it with this one instead.
     
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    Your router doesn't transmit 192.168 Ips?
    But that's like the default IPv4 address (for consumer/household routers that is)
     
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    you should really just go onto your router setup page and look at 'connected devices' and your 3DS should be either labelled as unknown or as a mac address, you should easily be able to filter the results from there and walah, you now know your 3DS LAN IP

    edit: Your router setup page can be found via a quick search using your favourite search engine or is going to be something along the lines of: 192.168.0.1/192.168.1.0/192.168.1.1/192.168.1.2/192.168.2.0/192.168.20.20

    Or just something like that, it varies between router
     
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    Ok, so i set up the Cisco router. What should i change my 3DS IP to? My routers IP is 192.168.1.1.
     
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    Would it help if my computer's connect through a wireless connection and not ethernet?
     
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    It shouldn't matter, but it's worth a try I guess. This cfw and ctrclient are both barely-functioning, hacked-together crap, so don't be surprised if you never get it working.
     
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    So i'm guessing a Gateway is a MUCH better option?
     
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