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Topic: Problem with DSi internet gaming

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Nickname

Ok so here's the situation. I've just changed my router and now my DSi can't connect with it because of IP problems.
My router is encrypted with a WEP key so there is no problem here. I tried, and succeed, to configure the connection using the advanced options but this doesn't allow me to play on line.

To sum up, i can't play on line with my DSi and I already tried to change manually the connection options. Please I need help.

PS: In the same situation I can connect the Wii to Internet and even play on line.

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can you access the DSi Shop and surf the internet via DSi Browser, but just not connect via DS games?

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James

I had a similar problem with my DSi, and needed to refer to the Nintendo support online to find out I needed to enter my DNS gateway or something when setting up my DSi. Check the official Nintendo support website and hopefully that'll help you.

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Nickname

I can enter the Shop Channel and the Internet browser but I can't play any on line game available on the DS. That's because I configured the connection with advanced options. But! I also tried to configure it manually by introducing a static IP, and all that DNS stuff and the gateaway, but even with this there's a problem with the connection.
I've already checked the WI-FI and support webs from nintendo :S.

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SSBB: 2063-0609-7724 Pulpo
MKWii: 4811-7060-8455 Pulpo
The Conduit: 4125-3112-7060 Sr. Centy WS: Si
T vs C: 4125 - 6534 - 8792

Toon_Link

Did you check the Troubleshooting section in your DSi instruction booklet?

EDIT: Myabe it's because you're using the Advanced setup, try using the regular setup.

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