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    How to install a ftp server on your Wii with ftpii.

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    ftpii

    A FTP server for the Nintendo Wii





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    Very useful not having to get your sd card out or unplug your hdd every time.Nice Simple Guide.

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    This will sure help those w/o a sd reader for their pc. (after they've softmodded at least.) Sounds pretty neat. Thanks for the heads up!

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    Does this allow me to access files anywhere on my computer? This sounds sweet, as my wii is upstairs and pc is downstairs. Ill try it and see how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stmcmurray76 View Post
    Does this allow me to access files anywhere on my computer? This sounds sweet, as my wii is upstairs and pc is downstairs. Ill try it and see how it goes.
    Yes, as long as your computer and Wii is on the same network you can transfer files back and forth as you wish.

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    this seems like it works but i am getting an "520 Closing data connection, error occurred during transfer." Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stmcmurray76 View Post
    this seems like it works but i am getting an "520 Closing data connection, error occurred during transfer." Any suggestions?
    What System Menu do you have?
    What version of HBC are you using?

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    I can't seem to get this to work. FireFTP and FileZilla both won't connect. Both my computer and wii connect to the same network (even though my wii does it wireless while my comp is with wire)
    I'm sure I got the IP adress right also

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    I think this is because of the genious *cough* way my network is setup.

    Basically we got a main router.
    In that router, a wireless router is plugged in.
    Also, in the first router is a switch that connects my computer to the internet (wired)

    I can't seem to access the wireless router from my computer (192.168.1.1, works when I connect a laptop through the internet using the wireless router)
    Since my Wii is connected through the wireless router I think I can't connect to that either.

    The IP confirms this kind of (the main router is 192.168.0.1 and the wii gives me 192.168.1.142)
    I think it's looped to an adress with 192.168.0.x as I could find the laptop as 192.168.0.3 but I can't figure out which one (the client list on the router is bugged and I can't see any connections)
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    Unfortunately you wont be able to get it to work since your wireless and your LAN (local area network) networks are on two different subnets (192.168.1.x and 192.168.0.x). Can you plug your computer into the back of the wireless router? Most wireless routers will have a built in LAN router as well.

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    There are LAN connections indeed, however the router isn't on top of the other (or near it) and running a cable there would be pretty annoying.

    I have found a way though.
    Turns out the 192.168.0.3 is the IP adress of the second router. Adding a port forward on port 21 to the Wiis IP resulted in me being able to connect with the routers adress.
    So it works now
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