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Koldur

Koldur

Netherlands

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Koldur

#2

Koldur commented on Iwata Asks Connects With The Team Behind Stree...:

@onlyaman
Simplistically put that is how it is, and it is not my understanding, it is a proven fact by many knowledgeable people. If one relay point in a certain chain of brand (e.g. McDonalds) doesn't work as a relay, I am afraid that no other relay point of that chain of brand will work. As they all use the same setup.

Koldur

#3

Koldur commented on Iwata Asks Connects With The Team Behind Stree...:

@onlyaman
SIGH SIGH
Nintendo doesn't have to flip a switch, so you clearly still do not understand anything about how it works at all. Nintendo cannot even "flip a switch" to have them work or not work. But I am sure you will never understand why....

Koldur

#4

Koldur commented on Iwata Asks Connects With The Team Behind Stree...:

@onlyaman
Okay, you really seem to miss the point here, the reason people can spoof is because that is the way relay points work. Your 3DS sees the NZone (it has to be the right SSID name, unsecured and has to work without accepting any agreement), then it finds that NZone's MAC address and contacts Nintendo's Relay servers over the internet (this is why it cannot have any accepting agreement policy on it). and sends your data under that specific MAC address to the Nintendo servers somewhere on the internet. Then the next person comes and finds that exact same MAC address and takes your data from the servers and sends his back in. So, every NZone (if setup correctly) automatically became a relay station. It isn't rocket sience ;) if your NZone's do not relay it means that either no one else besides you passes it, or it is not setup correctly (SSID name wrong, secured or you need to accept an agreement).

Koldur

#5

Koldur commented on Iwata Asks Connects With The Team Behind Stree...:

@onlyaman

It seems you do not understand or want to understand why I posted that link, it explains how the relay points work. If you actually tried to understand that part, then you would have come to the conclusion that for a relay point to work optimally it will have to have a completely open internet and it does not actually store data itself. If after this you still do not understand it, then it is no use explaining it any further so it seems.

Koldur

#7

Koldur commented on Iwata Asks Connects With The Team Behind Stree...:

@onlyaman
Yes, the only thing that can be the problem is that the internet itself isn't open. If you need to accept some kind of agreement, it won't work, unless you and other people actually accept the agreement and leave your data on that MAC address.