You can connect your Nintendo DSi to the internet through a wireless connection to browse the internet, download games or play games online.
Before you start ensure :
- That your Sky router is connected to the internet
- That your Nintendo Dsi is turned on.
Connecting your Nintendo DSI
Access the Nintendo DSI menu and select System Settings.
2. Select Wireless Communications. Once the page has loaded select On and then OK.
3. Using the right arrow on your keypad, select the third tab and then Internet.
4. Select Connection Settings.
5. Select Advanced Set up and then Connection 4 using the button marked None.
6. Use the direction buttons to highlight and select the Search for an Access Point option.
7. Select your wireless network. Look for your wireless network from the list of available networks and select. You can find the details of your wireless connection on the Keep me handy card that came with your Sky router and on the side or bottom or your Sky router.
Unless you’ve changed it, your wireless network name will be something like “SKY” followed by five numbers. For example SKY 12345.
8. You’ll now be asked to select the security key that your router uses. Unless you’ve changed the encryption settings, this will be WPA-PSK (TKIP).
9. Select the text entry field to enter the wireless network key which you'll find on the Keep me handy card or on the side or bottom of your Sky router. You’ll now be asked for your network key or password.
Always enter your password using capital letters.
10. When you see the This access point is secure prompt, select OK.
11. A message will appear, saying Do you want to save these settings? Select OK.
12. A message will appear onscreen advising that your DSi is running a test on your connection. Once complete you’ll be able to access the internet using your Nintendo DSi.
If you are having problems getting online
If you experience problems connecting wirelessly to the internet, check to see if you can get online using another device such as your computer. If you can’t get online, see our Sky Broadband connection problems article the problem is likely to be with your internet connection. If you can view websites with your computer and the problem is only affecting your games console, you need to refer to the manufacturer's instructions.