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Alright, so I want to connect to Nintendo WFC while I'm on campus. Problem is, my college (University of North Texas) only has wireless access outside of the dorms, not in them. I've successfully set up my xbox live on the wired connection before, so I know that using online services is possible, so long as I make sure to make the network think that it's my computer connecting, not an xbox.
Anyway, I've got a wireless G router, I've cloned my computer's mac address, put in my username and password, and all sorts of tricks, but I can't get it to stay connected. Others in my res hall have successfully set up their wireless connections, as evidenced by their SSIDs showing up on the network list, but I can't get mine to work. Anyone have experience setting up wireless connections in dorm rooms, or better yet, at UNT (I know that's asking too much).