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Old July 24th, 2013, 03:20 PM
Khrysta
 
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Originally Posted by Orwell View Post
I didn't see this as a don't ask in the first post, so I hope I'm not breaking any rules? I have two systems, DSi and a 3DS, with Pokemon Black. How can I connect to online to trade, battle etc etc? It says I need to configure my connection settings, but they are configured. I have gotten a whole lot of mixed answered concerning this issue from Nintendo and other players. I have been told all the systems and all the games can only use WEP security to connect, but I also was told that isn't the case if you play Pokemon Black on a newer system like 3DS. I would really like to connect and play since I haven't been able to since I got my systems/games. Any help? Thanks!
The 3DS has two internet settings that you have to enable. First is the 3DS's prinmary internet and the second is the DS function internet that allows DS games to go online. All I can say is do exactly what your manual says to do since I cannot physically see what you are doing. Either way if you do it correctly you will have internet access. I'm sure someone can post all the needed steps for you, but these are all, as I said, in the manual.

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Originally Posted by ben96atkinson View Post
So I have fairly poor Internet, and I have been online to battle only 4 to 5 times, but every time, except once my Internet screws up and disconnects, and my opponent will get the display to me 'rage quitting' even when they are in one Pokémon, this happened again today and its bugging me because I'm not aloud another battle for an hour, the only other time my game didn't disconnect was when I was winning and the other player disconnected...

What can I do? Will I be permanently disqualified if my Internet keeps this up? The only consequence I have suffered is an hour without a battle...

Thanks!
Only thing you can do is find a stable internet source to battle. Unless you plan to go out and buy a new internet router or join with a new company there is nothing you can do other than maybe going to a McDonalds or Starbucks where internet is free.