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    Nintendo Wii with Sky Broadband????

    This is a discussion on Nintendo Wii with Sky Broadband???? within the Gaming on Sky forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; No problem, it may help others that have connection problems....

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      Re: Nintendo Wii with Sky Broadband????

      No problem, it may help others that have connection problems.


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      Re: Nintendo Wii with Sky Broadband????

      just had exactly the same issue, changes from channel 6 to 1, problem solved.

      PS it used to work fine on my DLINK router on Pipex regardless of the channel

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      Re: Nintendo Wii with Sky Broadband????

      Just in case anyone comes looking here ... channels 1 and 11 are recommended by Nintendo, both work fine for me, I'm using 11 to avoid my neighbour on channel 1.

      The most important thing for me was to change the WPA encryption from TKIP to AES at the bottom of the router wireless configuuration page this seemed to be the deciding factor for me. The clue was on the Wii configuration page where is actually said WPA-PSK (AES).

     

     
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