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Posted 2010-01-24, 10:29 AM
This is what my router configuration looks like.

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The tutitorial I was following has it looking like this.

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No big deal, just have a simple question. On the Tut. it has a start and stop for Inbound Port and Private Port. Where as mine just looks like it will only allow one port at a time opposed to a range of ports.

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Is "1-65535" to complex for the router to understand I want to open up all of those ports?
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Posted 2010-01-24, 05:44 PM in reply to Kazilla's post "Belkin Router Wireless-G"
You want to open every port?! You're mad. Why on earth do you want to open them all?
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Posted 2010-01-25, 09:43 AM in reply to Kazilla's post starting "http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_..."
I can't believe they've actually suggested that - it's just asking for trouble!

Have you Googled it and had a look at what people on forums have to say? You'll probably get lucky and find an answer with the exact port you need.
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Posted 2010-01-25, 10:50 AM in reply to Kazilla's post "Belkin Router Wireless-G"
What exactly are you trying to do?














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Posted 2010-01-25, 11:42 AM in reply to D3V's post starting "What exactly are you trying to do?"
Trying to be able to connect my and my mother's Wii's together. Problem is we constantly get an error message when trying to join eachothers room. Error Code 86420.

I did some more research after posting this, and it appears as though the router I own doesn't have the capabilities to open every port. Other versions of the same router have the range ability, whereas mine only has a maximum of 20 ports. I'm not sure the exact port, nor is anyone really. I have googled a lot of things and no luck. You would think Nintendo could narrow it down, but o'well.
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Posted 2010-01-25, 11:47 AM in reply to Kazilla's post starting "Trying to be able to connect my and my..."
It also says your "Friends" connection could also be the problem.














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Posted 2010-01-25, 11:48 AM in reply to D3V's post starting "It also says your "Friends" connection..."
I walked my mother through the steps. Her router has a range option.
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Posted 2010-01-25, 12:07 PM in reply to Kazilla's post starting "I walked my mother through the steps...."
*sorry for the tedious questions* But your router's firmware is also up to date? Do you have a firewall setup on your router? Encryption on your wireless connection?

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Posted 2010-01-25, 02:03 PM in reply to Kazilla's post starting "I walked my mother through the steps...."
I've never been one for networking, and all I've learnt has been since midday this Saturday for my Networking assignment, so I might be terribly wrong here, but if your Mam's Wii is listening on every port, it shouldn't matter which port you open for yours.

So if you open port 7720 (inbound and private, TCP&UDP) for and link it with the IP address of your Wii, then connect to your Mam, it might work. If it does, I'd try going back into her router settings and doing the same - open port 7720 (inbound and private, TCP&UDP) and link it to the IP address of her Wii.
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Posted 2010-01-25, 05:17 PM in reply to D3V's post starting "*sorry for the tedious questions* But..."
I updated my firmware, disabled my router firewall, and the WEP encryption is no secret to me

I may try that Lenny.. We have had several conversations on the phone with Nintendo, and they did what they thought to be effective, but unfortunetly it didn't work. I may call them again here shortly.
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