Wii and Netvigator Wireless Connection

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  1. #1

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    Wii and Netvigator Wireless Connection

    Can anyone give me any advice on how to connect my Wii to the internet using a Netvigator Wireless modem?

    The Wii detects the connection but when it does the connection test I just get an error code (52030 'Unable to connect to the internet')

    I read somewhere that changing the channel on the router might work but I don't know how to do this. I've tried putting the IP address in my browser and I get the netvigator setup page but don't know the login id and password.

    I tried calling Netvigator but had an nervous breakdown pressing numbers and failing to actually be connected with a human being.


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    in the same boat

    My wifi stopped working 2 days ago and having been trying to reach someone from the hotline via phone and sending emails - to no avail.
    Thankfully can still connect via ethernet cable - though frustrating.

    Does anyone have any ideas what I can do (yes, I've done the basic turning off and on the modem, searching for a network - anything else is beyond my grasp of technology) or how I can go about actually getting someone to answer my call/email?

    Thanks in advance!


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    I did get an email reply form Netvigator support which gave me no help whatsoever, it just gave me a link to the user guide which I already have:

    http://cs.netvigator.com/support/bro...serGuide_E.pdf

    I have found my wireless connection is very erratic and sometimes will only connect 'locally'. I do a lot of switiching the modem on and off until it works again.

    I am not very impressed to say the least with Netvigator 'Support'


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    Check the over threads, I think the Netvigator wireless modem doesn't provide an Internet connection, only a PCCW connection that requires a PPPoE login to connect to the Internet. This means you need a "real" wireless modem router to do the login so that the Wii and other devices can work.

    I hope I'm wrong as that's really lame.