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  • Connecting Mac with Wii Wirelessly - Mac Guides
    search Connecting Mac with Wii Wirelessly The following pages link to here View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Connecting Mac with Wii redirect page Connecting Mac with Wii over WLAN redirect page View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Special Whatlinkshere Views Special Page Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account

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  • Related changes - Mac Guides
    Wirelessly Jump to navigation search Connecting Mac with Wii Wirelessly Below are the last 50 changes in the last 7 days as of 21 23 25 April 2016 Show last 50 100 250 500 changes in last 1 3 7 14 30 days Hide minor edits Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Special Recentchangeslinked Views Special Page Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account

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  • Connecting Mac with Wii Wirelessly - Mac Guides
    the Share your connection from menu then turn on AirPort in the To computers using list Now other computers can connect to the internet through your Mac edit Opening the ports Now that you have set up the connection sharing you must open some ports in order to let the Wii communicate to the internet and the Wii Channel s website You can simply turn off your firewall but a more secure way is to allow only certain ports Go to System Preferences Sharing Firewall Turn the firewall on if not already Now add a new firewall policy just for your Wii Click the New button Once this window appears put these port numbers in the TCP Port Number s field 28910 29900 29901 29920 80 443 Click OK edit Wii configuration Now it s time to configure your Wii to connect to your Mac You ll need to set up following settings Manual IP settings IP 10 0 2 11 Subnet 255 255 255 0 Default Router 10 0 2 1 Manual DNS settings Primary DNS 10 0 2 1 Seconday 10 0 2 11 Follow these pictures if you don t know where to put these settings edit

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  • Connecting Mac with Wii Wirelessly - Mac Guides
    pane in System Preferences Once in Sharing click on the Internet tab and choose Built in Ethernet in the Share your connection from menu then turn on AirPort in the To computers using list Now other computers can connect to the internet through your Mac edit Opening the ports Now that you have set up the connection sharing you must open some ports in order to let the Wii communicate to the internet and the Wii Channel s website You can simply turn off your firewall but a more secure way is to allow only certain ports Go to System Preferences Sharing Firewall Turn the firewall on if not already Now add a new firewall policy just for your Wii Click the New button Once this window appears put these port numbers in the TCP Port Number s field 28910 29900 29901 29920 80 443 Click OK edit Wii configuration Now it s time to configure your Wii to connect to your Mac You ll need to set up following settings Manual IP settings IP 10 0 2 11 Subnet 255 255 255 0 Default Router 10 0 2 1 Manual DNS settings Primary DNS 10 0 2 1 Seconday

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  • Login required to edit - Mac Guides
    edit pages Return to Keeping your Wireless Network Secure Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Keeping your Wireless Network Secure Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account or log

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  • Category:Forum Posts - Mac Guides
    C Complete Steps to Perform a Clean OS X Reinstall on Your MacBook Air Core Image E External Mouse Comparisons F Free Mac Games H Helpful development resources I Install Windows XP on 2010 MacBook Air Installing Mac OS X 10 4 without DVD K Keeping Dashboard widgets on the desktop Keeping two iTunes libraries in sync Keeping your Wireless Network Secure L Links for Camera and Lens Shoppers List of Applications Not Compatible with Leopard M Mac Beginner s Guide Mac OS X Wish List Mac OS X on Intel FAQ Mac Pro Hardware resource Mouse Tracking Speed N Networking Windows with Mac OS X O Objective C Tutorial P Pairing AppleTV and Harmony Remote R Recording on a Mac Remotely Controlling another Mac Ripping a DVD to an iPod Video Rosetta Performance Benchmarks U Understanding Intel Mac RAM Using Remote File Access to Save Disk Space on Your MacBook Air W Windows XP on MacBook Air 2011 i iPhone 3G iPhone and iPod touch OS 3 0 Bugs Questions and Comments list Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Category Forum Posts Category Mac Guides Views Category Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this

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  • Login required to edit - Mac Guides
    to edit pages Return to Talk Keeping your Wireless Network Secure Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Talk Keeping your Wireless Network Secure Views Article Discussion Edit Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account

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  • Keeping your Wireless Network Secure - History - Mac Guides
    m cur last 08 46 12 June 2008 Eraserhead Talk contribs m removing from guides cur last 10 21 23 August 2007 Eraserhead Talk contribs m P2P isn t required to be used for ID theft lawsuit cur last 05 30 23 August 2007 HexMonkey Talk contribs m Keep your Wireless Network Secure moved to Keeping your Wireless Network Secure Consistency cur last 05 29 23 August 2007 HexMonkey Talk

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