Wii with Tomato/Linksys WRT54G

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Larix, Dec 30, 2007.

  1. Larix

    Larix LI Guru Member

    Hi everybody,

    I have bought a Wii and now I have connect them. But I need 3 hours for that. oO
    Why? WLAN Channel 1 doesn't work. -_-

    I want ask if anyone else have that problem that the wii doesn't show channel 1 wlans. Or if it's together with the linksys router only.

    Now I have channel 11, WPA2 with TKIP/AES and it works well.

    Linksys WRT54G v2.2 with Tomato 1.13
    Channel: 11
    B/G Mode: Mixed
    Security: WPA2 Personal
    Encryption: TKIP/AES
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    is there anyone in your close proximatey that is using Channel 1 on there wireless router and it is interfering with your own Channel 1 perhaps? if it is working with channel 11 i would not worry too much.
  3. Larix

    Larix LI Guru Member

    I can't see anyone on channel 1. I have a wireless telephon for my home telephon that could be.
  4. LLigetfa

    LLigetfa LI Guru Member

    Interference on ch1, WiFi or other, would be my guess as well.
  5. rizsher

    rizsher Network Guru Member

    My Wii (UK, PAL version) connects fine to a WHR-HP-G54 running Tomato 1.11 connected Wirelessly on Channel 1.
  6. butterman

    butterman LI Guru Member

    My Wii also works fine from channel 1. US Wii, Tomato 1.13 (also used 1.11 and older) running on a WRT54GL
  7. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    I use channel 9 & 10 usually (I have 2 WAPs) These 2 channels are rarely used.
  8. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    channel 6 here with buffalo router. No problem.
  9. davidw89

    davidw89 Addicted to LI Member

    Damnit guys i am using the Buffalo router as well and it ain't working
  10. jersully

    jersully LI Guru Member

    Sorry, I've had no problems with my WRTG54L w/Tomato 1.9, or with the NetGear it replaced. Currently using WPA2, previously used WEP.
  11. ndoggac

    ndoggac Network Guru Member

    Set static IP, Gateway, Subnet and DNS on the Wii to eliminate possibility of DHCP problems. Set your preamble to long, G only, Channel 11, WPA2, AES encyrption. Double check your wireless filter is disabled, or if enabled that your Wii's MAC address is listed and you have selected "Allow these clients". These settings worked for me fine....should work for you.
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