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Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by aminakbari93, Jun 14, 2008.
a simple question:
where can I obtain a proxy server on my nintendo ds?
you mean for things like DSOrganize ? I dunno, have been searching myself for a good proxy for weeks, no succes.
are you crazy? do you know how slow that would be?
a proxy might speed up surfing... but I think it depends on where it is located...
no my internet is protectet and has filtering and all computers have a user name and password for connecting to internet but when I connect my DS to the wireless accespoint it connents but the server doesn't give the data can i obtain the user name and password in my DS?
I don't think a proxy server is going to help you there, if you can't even connect to the network. The DS has rubbish compatibility for protected networks, so for stuff like school or college network you'll have no luck trying to connect to it.
go in your internet explorer and go to tools-internet options-connections window and on Lan Settings when I want to go to the internet i must write the address and port
Like I said, you can't do that on a DS. Maybe there is a homebrew that let you connect to secured networks like that, but as far as I know there isn't. If there is, someone please point towards it cause I'd love to use it too.
Ah, thats why.
I thought my DS's WiFI adapter was broken.
DSOrganize allows for proxy usage. Even the official Browser does... so what ?
The options are very limited though. Since the OP took the trouble to ask, I assumed he has already tried and the settings of his network just isn't compatible with the DS.
Or maybe I'm wrong. Well, go to "manual setup" in the Wi-Fi set up, select "no" for both "auto obtain ip address" and "auto obtain DNS" and see if you can figure it out from there.
I have done it but it does not work i've tried it with DS org. and mario kart but it doesn't work
If you just have a sign in policy they are generally tied to the mac address and set to expire after a time/period of inactivity so a general browser will work there. If it is done by cookie (a nasty way but I have seen it done) the you are out of luck.
For general proxy work it depends on the homebrew in question. There are however sites that will direct your traffic to others rather than the normal proxy connection. It has been a while since I have used such a service though (for anything other than IRC anyhow) and consequently know of none (other than elgoog which is less than useful in this case: http://elgoog.rb-hosting.de/index.cgi )
As for proxies, proxy list
http://samair.ru/proxy/ you can usually find a good one somewhere.
edit: I occasionally suggest people search for stuff and what do I fail to do properly....
http://www.proxsafe.net/ a website "bouncer" (I do not know the tech term).