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    Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

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    Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

    Post  stewie on 24th January 2009, 1:52 pm

    Firmware Version: v1.01.1
    Applications
    & Gaming

    Wireless-G Broadband Router WRT54G
    this is my router. Linksys, but most router have the same tabs


    Setup Wireless Security Access Restrictions
    Applications
    & Gaming


    Status
    Port Range Forward


    Port Range

    Application Start End Protocol IP Address Enable

    Wii1 28910 to 28910 192.168.2. 11 Click all checks 1 - 7
    Wii2 29900 to 29900 192.168.2. 11
    Wii3 29901 to 29901 192.168.2. 11
    Wii4 29920 to 29920 192.168.2. 11
    Wii5 80 to 80 192.168.2. 11
    Wii6 443 to 443 192.168.2. 11
    Wii7 1 to 65535 192.168.2. 11



    Port Range Forwarding: Certain applications may require to open specific ports in order for it to function correctly. Examples of these applications include servers and certain online games. When a request for a certain port comes in from the Internet, the router will route the data to the computer you specify. Due to security concerns, you may want to limit port forwarding to only those ports you are using, and uncheck the Enable checkbox after you are finished.

    To access this tab its under Gaming and applications
    oh yeah and if you guys don't know how to access your router post and get help



    And if you dont know how to access your router this should help you with the rest

    http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/genmessage.php?board=946229&topic=47747578
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    Re: Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

    Post  stewie on 24th January 2009, 2:00 pm

    Then on your wii settings.

    On the Wii home screen, go to options, settings, internet, connection settings, the current connection you use, change settings. Go to advance settings. For the IP mines is 192.168.2.11, type in the IP you assigned to your Wii and then for the subnet mask enter 255.255.255.0, then my default router ip is 192.168.2.1, and the primary is the same 192.168.2.1 and the box under that you can leave blank

    and then for the MTI Value insert 1500

    save and run a test


    Your router settings may be different so try this

    Step 1.click start on your windows
    Go to run, type in cmd, click OK.

    then enter ipconfig/all

    but the alternate ip settings for the wii should be like the gaming application my alternate is 192.168.2.110 and my ip is 192.168.2.100 so my alternate ip is just 10 more at the end just like in the gaming application tab on my router but you can have a different one as long and they match in gaming applications


    also try this forum for more help

    http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/genmessage.php?board=946229&topic=47747578

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    Re: Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

    Post  Guest on 29th January 2009, 5:13 pm

    stewie wrote:Then on your wii settings.

    On the Wii home screen, go to options, settings, internet, connection settings, the current connection you use, change settings. Go to advance settings. For the IP mines is 192.168.2.11, type in the IP you assigned to your Wii and then for the subnet mask enter 255.255.255.0, then my default router ip is 192.168.2.1, and the primary is the same 192.168.2.1 and the box under that you can leave blank

    and then for the MTI Value insert 1500

    save and run a test


    Your router settings may be different so try this

    Step 1.click start on your windows
    Go to run, type in cmd, click OK.

    then enter ipconfig/all

    but the alternate ip settings for the wii should be like the gaming application my alternate is 192.168.2.110 and my ip is 192.168.2.100 so my alternate ip is just 10 more at the end just like in the gaming application tab on my router but you can have a different one as long and they match in gaming applications


    also try this forum for more help

    http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/genmessage.php?board=946229&topic=47747578

    Ok I am not that familiar with computers and stuff. What exactly is all this for? like what does it do?

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    Re: Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

    Post  Guest on 29th January 2009, 5:20 pm

    Think of it in terms of a map.. The most direct path between two points is a straight line. But realistically your gonna take some right and left hand turns, wait on stop lights and the occasional blue hair. Port forwarding takes the bypass around the map inside the router to improve speed and efficiency and maximize transmission to your Wii. That's a very nontechnical explanation, maybe Stewie can offer a more techical point of view.

    Very Numb3rs-esqe explanation dont ya think?

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    Re: Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

    Post  Guest on 30th January 2009, 3:26 am

    Easier explanation...


    Step 1. Find Command Prompt
    Go to run, type in cmd, click OK.

    Step 2. In command prompt, type "ipconfig/all" without quotes.
    Take note of: IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS servers. Make sure DHCP is enabled. If not, well, you should have good internet connections on your Wii...

    Step 3. Assign your Wii an IP address.
    Alright, look at your IP address you took down. If the numbers after the period are LESS THAN or EQUAL TO 100, select a random number 1-49. If these numbers are GREAT THAN 100, choose a number 200 to 255.
    Take your IP address and put whatever number you selected after the last period.

    E.G. My IP is 192.168.2.100, so my Wiis is 192.168.2.7.

    Step 4. Forward ports.
    Copy your IP address and put it into the address bar of Firefox. It should prompt you for a password and username. For Linksys routers, blank username and "admin" as password is the default. Look up your router to find the defaults, or ask your network administrator. Once in, go to GAMING, then label them, and make the page look like this.
    http://img253.imageshack.us/my.php?image=portfwrdyk9.png
    You want to forward ports 28910-29920, 80, and 443.

    Step 5. Set up a DMZ server
    Go to the DMZ tab under gaming, select yes, and put in the IP address you assigned to your Wii.

    Step 6. Connect your Wii.
    On the Wii home screen, go to options, settings, internet, connection settings, the current connection you use, change settings. Go to advance settings. For the IP, type in the IP you assigned to your Wii. For everything else, type in what you copied down.

    Thats it. I'll eventually put this into a guide and upload it to the guides section, but, meh....

    NOTE: This will not fix lag caused by the host of matches having bad interwebz.
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    Re: Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

    Post  stewie on 31st January 2009, 12:56 am

    Actually, you have the advantage all the time no mater what. you just have to run-n-gun.

    Well it seems that way to me


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    Re: Port Forwarding your Wii to your Router

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