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2011-11-11 09:59 PM
2011-11-12 07:36 AM
2011-11-12 06:29 PM
JerseySTARFoX737 wrote: For some reason, it's not broadcasting the wireless signal to connect to the internet like it usually does. My Nintendo Wii nor my Nintendo 3DS doesn't seem to be able to detect the SSID, or wireless signal.
2011-11-14 12:31 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: http://www.metageek.net/get_inssider_today/
possible channel inferences
use the tool and check if live in saturated area or not since you said will come back in some duration
2011-11-14 12:35 PM
Joe_ wrote: How do you know that it's not broadcasting a wireless signal? You only mention "Nintendo Wii nor my Nintendo 3DS". Do you mean that you don't have any computers in your household that uses the same wireless connection? Have you tried with a computer to see if the wireless broadcast of the network is indeed not working? Of course that doesn't mean to say that the wireless radio in the router hasn't failed, but it's a way of diagnosing it.
2011-11-14 12:38 PM
2011-11-14 12:42 PM
It's protected via WEP, and displayed a lock icon when showing up next to my SSID and was in the three bar "strong" green section.
My cable modem has also been acting funky lately,
2011-11-14 01:20 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: try netstumbler if you are using XP
2011-11-14 01:21 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: WEP is not protection anymore.. it is hackable so I would suggest to go WPA2. Wii can handle WPA2 unless other computer's can not
if you see the issue with PC directly connected to the modem then I would consult the ISP
also make sure to check router with PC wired to the LAN ports not wireless to eliminate the issue with wireless.
2011-11-14 02:39 PM
2011-11-14 07:33 PM
JerseySTARFoX737 wrote: My cable modem has also been acting funky lately, as I've stated before.
2011-11-14 08:29 PM
I don't think Nintendo can do more than WEP.