Views: 1,270,982 Homepage | Main | Rules/FAQ | Memberlist | Active users | Last posts | Calendar | Stats | Online users | Search 12-02-20 11:44 AM
Guest:

0 users reading Tutorial: How to Connect to WFC in MelonDS | 1 bot

Main - General - Tutorial: How to Connect to WFC in MelonDS New reply

Pages: 1 2
Generic aka RSDuck
Posted on 07-13-20 11:04 AM (rev. 2 of 07-13-20 11:05 AM) Link | #2066
Posted by Antact
Why does the current version of MelonDS need a packet capture application like npcap anyways?

with direct mode the raw network packets which would have been sent over wifi are sent mostly untouched. This requires a low level API like pcap.

____________________
Take me to your heart / never let me go!

"clearly you need to mow more lawns and buy a better pc" - Hydr8gon

WaluigiWare64
Posted on 07-13-20 11:54 AM Link | #2070

Posted by Mario&LuigiEtCo.
That's not working.

What's not working?

____________________


Sorer
Posted on 09-02-20 02:17 PM Link | #2269
This needs either an update :S

WaluigiWare64
Posted on 09-02-20 04:13 PM Link | #2270

You could just remove steps 1, 2 and 3.

____________________


Antact
Posted on 09-07-20 12:10 AM (rev. 2 of 09-07-20 02:51 AM) Link | #2285
Could someone please brief me with the new WiFi settings in 0.9? I still see that online mode requires npcap.

Edit: Also ,when I boot firmware ,it just shows a white screen ,is this supposed to happen?

WaluigiWare64
Posted on 09-07-20 12:10 PM Link | #2288

Online mode doesn't require npcap.
You don't have to set anything up anymore, but it looks like Arisotura forgot to remove the old npcap settings.

____________________


Antact
Posted on 09-08-20 01:56 AM Link | #2298
So do I just check randomize MAC address(in WiFi config) ,and can simply connect to a private WFC server?

Sorer
Posted on 09-08-20 02:32 AM Link | #2300
Yeah you dont need direct mode anymore.

Antact
Posted on 09-08-20 03:41 AM Link | #2301
Ok ,thanks. Another question please ;how do we add a friend code or meet other random players on a given server?(In Pokemon HeartGold ,if that's relevant.)

Generic aka RSDuck
Posted on 09-08-20 10:16 AM Link | #2303
https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Friend_code this is melonDS forum here, not Pokemon

____________________
Take me to your heart / never let me go!

"clearly you need to mow more lawns and buy a better pc" - Hydr8gon

Sorer
Posted on 09-11-20 05:04 AM Link | #2315
I couldn't get the libretro core to work with a game over online wifi.
I guess its missing libslirp?

Cloutan
(post deleted) #2393

Koboygt
Posted on 10-16-20 11:44 PM Link | #2581
Posted by squeegily
That is actually terrible news, if you're surely interpreting the situation correctly

Would you mind running these commands in the Windows CMD and reporting back their output (in order)?:
  • nslookup nas.nintendowifi.net
  • nslookup nas.nintendowifi.net 95.217.77.151
  • nslookup nas.nintendowifi.net 172.104.88.237
  • nslookup nas.nintendowifi.net 164.132.44.106
  • nslookup nas.nintendowifi.net 8.8.8.8
*if you're on Linux, use dig, and prepend “@” to the DNS server where applicable
e.g.: dig nas.nintendowifi.net @164.132.44.106

**do include any extra "garbage" information the commands output—copy the whole thing (don't forget to wrap the output in [code] tags!)

I have known some routers to block+intercept+override requests to “unauthorized” DNS servers; you can usually disable this, but it'd be necessary to at least peruse the manual to confirm.

Would you feel comfortable sharing the manufacturer and model # of your router with us?
i have this problem help

Koboygt
Posted on 10-18-20 05:42 AM Link | #2583
Posted by Koboygt
i have this problem help

help plz

Koboygt
Posted on 10-23-20 11:54 PM Link | #2613
https://www.reddit.com/r/wiimmfi/comments/e7ir9t/investigating_the_error_20110_bug/
Pages: 1 2

Main - General - Tutorial: How to Connect to WFC in MelonDS New reply

Page rendered in 0.021 seconds. (2048KB of memory used)
MySQL - queries: 29, rows: 106/106, time: 0.015 seconds.
[powered by Acmlm] Acmlmboard 2.064 (2018-07-20)
© 2005-2008 Acmlm, Xkeeper, blackhole89 et al.