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Tutorial: How-to connect a Nintendo Wii to the Internet
Did you bring a Nintendo Wii to campus?  We have created this tutorial to help you get it connected to the Internet. Please note: The Nintendo Wii will NOT work on our wireless network.  You must use Nintendo's Wii LAN adapter, whi...
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FAQ: How do you connect PS3 to a Wired Network?
There are two main reasons why gaming systems won't connect to the wired network: 1)  One of the main reasons that gaming systems wont connect to the network is because the SafeConnect manager that regulates what can and cannot use the ...
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FAQ: Why does my XBox 360 say I'm behind a "Strict NAT"?
When you attempt to play games on your XBox 360, you might be warned that you are behind a "Strict NAT" and unable to use all the functions of the game.  While behind a strict NAT, Microsoft says you might experience the following: ...
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FAQ: Is the game "Aion" supported on the USD network?
**UPDATED 5/10/2010*** As of May 10, 2010, the computer game Aion should function on the USD network (both wired and wireless).   If you are having problems with this, or any other game, please send an email to help@sandiego.edu or open a suppor...
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FAQ: Does the USD network support gaming consoles like XBox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, and massively multiplayer online role-playing Games (MMORPGs)?
Yes. The USD network is setup to automatically detect gaming consoles using our Safe*Connect network authentication software. However, these devices are not supported on the wireless network and must be configured with a wired Ethernet connection.

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FAQ: How do you connect a Xbox 360/Xbox One to a wired network?
There are two main reasons why gaming systems won't connect to the wired network: 1)  One of the main reasons that gaming systems wont connect to the network is because the SafeConnect manager that regulates what can and cannot use the ...
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