not working; gateway is not same

February 19, 2011 at 11:46:21
Specs: Windows Vista
I have tried everything that I know how to do (which granted, is not much) and am trying to connect a Wii wirelessly to a Linksys router. I keep getting an error code of 53132. Every site I've checked has said that should be the IP used to put into the web address bar and be able to access the settings. Well, it does not work. "Cannot find server" is all I get. I used some suggestions that I found on this forum, and I tried pinging the number, and it times out 4 times. I even reset the router. I have used the numbers for the IP address as written below to try accessing the site as well, and no luck. No number works by placing it after http:// on the browser.

Here is the specifics;
When I use ipconfig, I get
"Ethernet adapter local area connection"
"connection-specific DNS Suffix"
"Link-local IPv6 Address" (which is approx. 28 characters long-not retyping unless necessary) "IPv4 Address" (which is, Default gateway (; then
Tunnel adapter local area connection* 6:
Media state: Media disconnected"
"Connection-specifix DNS Suffix:"
And Tunnel adapter local area connection* 7:
Media state: Media disconnected"
"Connection-specific DNS Suffix:" (which is blank)
Tunnel adapter local area connection *11:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix:
IPv6 Address: 2002:1803:e08c::1803:e08c
Default Gateway: 2002:c058:6301::c058:6301

I have no idea how to interpret those numbers, or what to do now from here. If you have any suggestions, please help!

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February 19, 2011 at 11:59:21
First, connect your computer directly to one of the lan ports of the router, by using a lan cable.
Then you should be able, to connect to the router by starting your browser and using:

Then you have to make all the configurations in the routers setup.

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February 19, 2011 at 12:57:42
Assuming that those numbers are from a computer, and that that computer is attached to the same router you want to use for the wii, the number you want is the default gateway number.

However, that is not a legal internal ip number. It will work, but it might block some sites you want to access on the Net. You're better off doing a reset of the router, which should send it back to the ip # you were trying to use. As paulsep says, I would do that via an ethernet wire, to make things easy for you. If the router is running a DHCP server, and your computer a DHCP client, that connection won't miss a beat.

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