Pokemon White on a 3ds with WPA2 connection

Discussion in '3DS - Nintendo Network' started by starrs10, May 19, 2012.

May 19, 2012
  1. starrs10
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    Newcomer starrs10 Newbie

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    Ok, let us get straight to the point. I have a 3ds, a legit retail Pokemon White card. I'm using a virtual wifi with my laptop so it acts as an access point for my 3ds, btw its security is WPA2-PSK (AES).It works well with the 3ds connection, i can browse the internet, connect to the eshop and much more. When I start my Pkmn White game, it shows 3 bars, then if i start game sync, it suddenly loses its connection..I got the error 52010..I tried support.nintendo.com, but im only using a virtual wifi, so HELP ME.
     
  2. Black-Ice

    Member Black-Ice Founder of the Church of Renamon

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    Have you linked your game with a Pokemon Global Link account on the website?
     
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    Member YamiHoshi.nl I'm MKGirlism.

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    Laptop Tethering is known as horrible.
    Just find a real Router, instead.
     
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    Member Coto GBAtemp Addict

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    Services relying on shared connections (which aren't microsoft), ie: Connectify, sucks as they're still beta. DSi/3DS mode does often either open/close ports and, mainly pokemon connecting/disconnecting to router can cause the virtual sharing service to fail, or simply the port it requires isn't available.

    Get a real router and share a Wireless -> LAN connection and allow opening all ports both on the Microsoft Network Sharing preferences, and have a fully working internet WAN on the computer you intend to use as server
     

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