I am connecting my DS Lite to the internet and I am experiencing a problem likely made to give me a headache. I am using the connection test and I am disconecting as soon as the connection test is about to end. It gives me 3 bar connection otherwise. This does the same thing for the games. Do I need to type in a password? I correctly typed in the WEP key. Please help!
Did you put it in case sensative, is the code wpak/wpak2 if you need more help see: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_na/ds/results.jsp?error_code=52100&system=DS&locale=en_US
No it is not, and I typed it in case sensitive, and it isn't working.
First, make sure that you are close enough to the router (less than 60 feet) and there is no wireless interference from other devices. Also, try deleting and then reestablishing your Internet settings.
Did the DS Lite work correctly with wifi before? Do other devices have trouble connecting with this router? If so, then I suggest that you call Nintendo at 1800-255-3700 (6am-7pm, Pacific Time, 7 days a week) for more assistance.
Check the DHCP and DNS settings of your Nintendo DS with the TCP/IP settings of your computer to verify these are entered correctly. To find out how to do so, go to this page and click your specific router.
First, it is about 5 to 10 feet away. Second, I tried that 4 times already. Third, no it didn't. Fourth, no they don't. Fifth, I got a no information bar the existence of the site I was originally on, thus plummeting me into an infinite loop until I got so frustrated that I came here. EDIT: Frontier is aparently the most obscure thing in the history of history, Nintendo has nothing for Frontier browsers.
Frontier is not actually a company that makes routers; it just sells Internet and phone services and routers made by other companies (i.e. Belkin). Even if you got your router from Frontier, it will be a cerain model, and that will most likely be on the list.
Now I know my network's model(Westell 7500) and it's name(serial number) but that doesn't answer my question as I have already found and typed in that information via the Network and Sharing Center program on my computer.
This page contains all the information on your router that Nintendo offers. After checking the settings listed above, you should call Nintendo for further assistance.