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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #575 on: Monday April 16, 2012, 12:57:26 PM »
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@Hei,

What relocator are you talking about? You can get togokiss as a gift from PGL for your birthday if last year you haven't got it. I've never tried sending older version pokemon to the B/W cause DeSmuMe doesn't support IR emulation. Also not sure if you have unlocked an extra hidden menu which you can get if you answer 2 passwords correctly in a building in Castelia City. I've again personally never tried doing the transfer, but far as I know its not possible according to the development group.

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« Reply #576 on: Monday April 16, 2012, 07:00:09 PM »
I have THAT version of DeSmuME now.
As for the router, it's a DIR-100 model router made by D-Link. Do I have to forward any port?
(I can't connect to the Internet through the sole router, it does not serve the same purpose as the ADSL modem does)

EDIT: during the installation of WinPCap 4.1.1 I get a window with these lines:

Operating system detected on registry: Windows 7 - AMD64
True operating system (kernel.dll): Windows 7 - AMD64
npptools.dll present on the system:    false
netnm.inf present on the system:       false
nmnt.sys present on the system:        false

What does that mean?

Ignore that lines of Winpcap, it's normal, I think.

You don't need to forward any port to make the connection test work, even if I recommend using UPnP when playing; have you tried to manually add Winpcap to Windows' firewall exceptions? You can do that by clicking on your Control Panel -> Windows Firewall -> "Allow a program or feature through Windows Firewall" -> and then manually adding the Winpcap driver, usually located in: C:\Program Files (x86)\WinPcap\rpcapd.exe.

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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #577 on: Tuesday April 17, 2012, 12:42:16 AM »
Ignore that lines of Winpcap, it's normal, I think.

You don't need to forward any port to make the connection test work, even if I recommend using UPnP when playing; have you tried to manually add Winpcap to Windows' firewall exceptions? You can do that by clicking on your Control Panel -> Windows Firewall -> "Allow a program or feature through Windows Firewall" -> and then manually adding the Winpcap driver, usually located in: C:\Program Files (x86)\WinPcap\rpcapd.exe.

Actually it shouldn't say 'false', but yes you are very right. The WinPcap in that setting was blocked off by firewall. Thus have to do what you recommend.

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« Reply #578 on: Tuesday April 17, 2012, 06:25:44 AM »
To begin with, I would like to applaud you for keeping this thread up with support for all this time.

I have been reading through forums for hours now, and I haven't found anyone with the problem I have been dealing with. I have followed the instructions for the wifi access (to the best of my knowledge), and I can actually make a connection and even go into the WIFI specific areas of pokemon SS and can interact with my buddy who is also running desmume svn3947 with pokemon HG. Everything is going smooth until we try to connect for anything (battle, trade, etc.), where it says that "Friend has joined you," "Friend has contacted you" and then eventually "Friend has failed to communicate" after about 30-60 secs of waiting.

The only problems that either of us can see in the output is a message like this:

"crap we're gonna nuke a packet at 2/69 (0080) (1a36)"

Like I said, we are both running svn3947 with HG/SS roms and we are able to make a connection without any errors, but we are not able to do any trades or battling. We are very frustrated at this point and would greatly appreciate any help or advice that anyone could provide.

Thanks in advance.
« Last Edit: Tuesday April 17, 2012, 06:27:54 AM by somemess89 »

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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #579 on: Tuesday April 17, 2012, 02:47:38 PM »

@Hei,

What relocator are you talking about? You can get togokiss as a gift from PGL for your birthday if last year you haven't got it. I've never tried sending older version pokemon to the B/W cause DeSmuMe doesn't support IR emulation. Also not sure if you have unlocked an extra hidden menu which you can get if you answer 2 passwords correctly in a building in Castelia City. I've again personally never tried doing the transfer, but far as I know its not possible according to the development group.

yeah the hidden menu one
oh so it is not usable
what I'm trying to do basically is to teach togekiss the move roost, dunno if the birthday present togekiss has it
oh well, just gonna go up and transfer my gen 4 togekiss manually.
thanks for the info :)

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« Reply #580 on: Tuesday April 17, 2012, 02:48:59 PM »
@Somemess89,

The 'crap we're gonna nuke a packet.....' is a message to show that there is an 'upload' and/or 'download' process going on. So it will show up in several rows much like if you are trying to play video where you see a 'buffering' process or when you download you see a percentage status.

Emulators aren't perfect duplicate of the real console, so there are bound to have limitations, especially since its an emulator, its speed and effectiveness rely on how good the computer spec and internet connection is, thus its not uncommon that users will suffer from unstable connection causing fail to trade/battle, etc. Its not something that can be solve as its not the emulator issue, but more technical related to your and or your friend's computer spec and internet stability/speed.


yeah the hidden menu one
oh so it is not usable
what I'm trying to do basically is to teach togekiss the move roost, dunno if the birthday present togekiss has it
oh well, just gonna go up and transfer my gen 4 togekiss manually.
thanks for the info :)

Simple way to transfer it if you can't do it on DeSmuMe feature is to use PokeSav or PokeGen. Extract your gen 4 pokemon into a .pkm extension file, then load it into the B/W.
« Last Edit: Tuesday April 17, 2012, 02:52:14 PM by prectorian »

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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #581 on: Tuesday April 17, 2012, 04:38:16 PM »
@Somemess89,

The 'crap we're gonna nuke a packet.....' is a message to show that there is an 'upload' and/or 'download' process going on. So it will show up in several rows much like if you are trying to play video where you see a 'buffering' process or when you download you see a percentage status.

Emulators aren't perfect duplicate of the real console, so there are bound to have limitations, especially since its an emulator, its speed and effectiveness rely on how good the computer spec and internet connection is, thus its not uncommon that users will suffer from unstable connection causing fail to trade/battle, etc. Its not something that can be solve as its not the emulator issue, but more technical related to your and or your friend's computer spec and internet stability/speed.

Thanks for the quick response. Is there anything that we can do to try to alleviate the problem? Both of us have solid internet connections and decent riggs. It's just so frustrating to feel so close making it work, to have it fall just short. Do you think that slight overclocking would help at all?

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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #582 on: Wednesday April 18, 2012, 02:12:43 AM »
Thanks for the quick response. Is there anything that we can do to try to alleviate the problem? Both of us have solid internet connections and decent riggs. It's just so frustrating to feel so close making it work, to have it fall just short. Do you think that slight overclocking would help at all?

You could try doing that, another alternative is to maybe try unticking the 'enable-advance bus-level timing' found under General in the Emulation Settings in Config option, to make the Arm9 run at 99%. Though frankly I've not tried messing around with the settings.

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« Reply #583 on: Wednesday April 18, 2012, 08:36:58 PM »
Thanks for the quick response. Is there anything that we can do to try to alleviate the problem? Both of us have solid internet connections and decent riggs. It's just so frustrating to feel so close making it work, to have it fall just short. Do you think that slight overclocking would help at all?

I experienced your problem as well: GTS worked, PGL and Game Sync too, but when I tried to connect to a friend it just hang there. One of you two (or both) may try to change your router settings: enable UPnP is a must, beacuse a DS needs all the UDP ports forwarded for the connection to work (this info is available on the Nintendo troubleshooting website). If you still have problems, you may have to change your router. I had to do that because my previous one had a particular way of dealing with port forwarding... And simply didn't allow me to configure the ports properly.

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« Reply #584 on: Thursday April 19, 2012, 03:56:31 PM »
I experienced your problem as well: GTS worked, PGL and Game Sync too, but when I tried to connect to a friend it just hang there. One of you two (or both) may try to change your router settings: enable UPnP is a must, beacuse a DS needs all the UDP ports forwarded for the connection to work (this info is available on the Nintendo troubleshooting website). If you still have problems, you may have to change your router. I had to do that because my previous one had a particular way of dealing with port forwarding... And simply didn't allow me to configure the ports properly.

Thanks for your insight. Were you able to get WFC trading and battling to work and be stable with your new router?

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« Reply #585 on: Thursday April 19, 2012, 07:51:39 PM »
Thanks for your insight. Were you able to get WFC trading and battling to work and be stable with your new router?

Absolutely. I could battle and trade easily with that friend I mentioned before.

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« Reply #586 on: Friday April 20, 2012, 07:55:11 AM »
i have tried enabling the wifi but i'm getting error 52000
this is my intrenet connection:

should i be able to connect it or not?

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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #587 on: Friday April 20, 2012, 09:19:54 AM »
@Benx92

Are you using Desmume SVN 3947? It's the only SVN version that works well. If you are, download the firmware.dfc replacement n°2 provided in the first post of this thread. and replace it in your Desmume folder (NOT inside the Firmware folder, just in the main desmume, where the .exe is placed).

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« Reply #588 on: Friday April 20, 2012, 11:23:05 AM »
@shadow-5471

wanna be my trading buddy? lol
I wanna make some of my pokemon evolve and whatnot but my friends are just darn lazy to start their pokemon quests.
I'm also looking for dream pals!!
anyone, absolutely anyone is welcome to become my dream pal...or rather.. make me your dream pal pls! haha

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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #589 on: Friday April 20, 2012, 11:52:06 AM »
hey prectorian! how are you my friend? hope your fine
am back from a loooooooong time of studying for my exems anyway i wanted to ask you something
does the new 0.9.8 desmume have wifi yet?

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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #590 on: Friday April 20, 2012, 12:42:16 PM »
hey prectorian! how are you my friend? hope your fine
am back from a loooooooong time of studying for my exems anyway i wanted to ask you something
does the new 0.9.8 desmume have wifi yet?

No. The v.0.9.8 does not support WIFI at all. You'll have to wait until the 'dev' group add those support into the v.0.9.8 SVN version.

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« Reply #591 on: Saturday April 21, 2012, 02:30:29 PM »
I have a question. Im getting this to work on Windows 7, everything is fine, but not on Windows XP

Can someone tell me what should i do? Which version should i download and so on

Thanks

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« Reply #592 on: Saturday April 21, 2012, 11:42:26 PM »
I have a question. Im getting this to work on Windows 7, everything is fine, but not on Windows XP

Can someone tell me what should i do? Which version should i download and so on

Thanks

Just follow page 1, try SVN r3947.

Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #593 on: Sunday April 22, 2012, 09:03:43 AM »
In the latest version of DesMume SVN's, is it now possible to go online via USB dongle modem or are there any progress? Thanks.  :)

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« Reply #594 on: Sunday April 22, 2012, 09:29:54 AM »
Which one do you mean? I know what to do, but i guess there is a version that works best with Windows XP computers.

1. DeSmuMe v.0.9.6 WIFI with WinPcap v.4.1.1            :
2. DeSmuMe v.0.9.7 r3947 WIFI with WinPcap v.4.1.1 :
3. DeSmuMe v.0.9.7 r3947 WIFI with WinPcap v.4.1.2 :
4. DeSmuMe v.0.9.7 r3947 WIFI (WinPCap not included):
    *For 32bit computer :
    *For 64bit computer :
5. DeSmuMe v.0.9.7 r3962 WIFI with WinPcap v.4.1.2 :
6. DeSmuMe v.0.9.7 r3963 WIFI with WinPcap v.4.1.2  :
7. DeSmuMe v.0.9.7 r4003 WIFI (WinPCap not included) :
    *For 32bit computer :
    *For 64bit computer :



I was using this one for Windows 7

2. DeSmuMe v.0.9.7 r3947 WIFI with WinPcap v.4.1.1
(i replaced the Firmware.dfc in the folder with this one: DeSmuMe WIFI firmware dfc replacement 2.rar )


Its working, but when im using this on Windows XP with the same setting, it will not work
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Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #595 on: Sunday April 22, 2012, 11:00:35 AM »
@ PkmnTrainerApollo,
The dev team hasn't mention about any added compatibility for the WIFI feature beside LAN Wired.

@ ronaldo123456789,
For XP, just do as stated on page 1, no hanky panky. Setting up on Win7 and Vista can bump into DRM protection issue, but not on the XP, its very straight forward. The question to answer is while setting it (SVN r3947) up on the XP did you also have the Win7 computer hooked to the same router? If yes, it could be the issue (conflicting IP port). You can't have 2 DeSmuMe trying to link via the same IP port yet alone the same router at the same time.

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« Reply #596 on: Sunday April 22, 2012, 06:18:45 PM »
@ ronaldo123456789,
The question to answer is while setting it (SVN r3947) up on the XP did you also have the Win7 computer hooked to the same router? If yes, it could be the issue (conflicting IP port). You can't have 2 DeSmuMe trying to link via the same IP port yet alone the same router at the same time.

I guess this is the problem. I installed winpcap and used the same acces point on windows 7 and xp.

What can i do? Im sure you can trade on different roms on 2 computers with desmume

Sorry for my english

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« Reply #597 on: Monday April 23, 2012, 01:32:01 AM »
I guess this is the problem. I installed winpcap and used the same acces point on windows 7 and xp.

What can i do? Im sure you can trade on different roms on 2 computers with desmume

Sorry for my english

Yes, but not over the same IP far as been mentioned by the dev group. However, for experiment, you could try to assign a static IP on the XP, assign any number in the 10 multiplication higher than the IP use on the Win7. Example. if the Win7 is on IP 193.167.1.1, then assign then XP to run on 193.167.1.10. Maybe it will do the trick, maybe it won't. Just keep in mind that the dev group had said that 2 DeSmuMe run on the same computer hasn't any capability to trade as it hasn't anyway to emulate the IR feature found on DS. Also running 2 DeSmuMe on 2 different computer but on a single IP will conflict (which is what happen in your case). However, no harm trying to 'trick' it. If it doesn't work, then it will not work.

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« Reply #598 on: Monday April 23, 2012, 09:46:31 AM »
Thanks so far.


I have a new problem.

Like i said, everything works fine for Pokemon Black/White.

I can get event pokemon via wifi, can connect to the dream world and the GTS works fine too.

But not the wifi club. I cant trade with nobody. Can someone help me?


Re: [TUTORIAL] Guide to Enable WIFI Feature On DeSmuMe v.0.9.7
« Reply #599 on: Monday April 23, 2012, 01:24:29 PM »
Off topic:
Is it possible  to get a shiny starters via SRing in Desmume? Thanks.