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Mir_wan
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Wed Jun 24, 2015 7:28 am
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I had to move my set up around so i havent had much time to look into this much further. I have a LinkSys AC router. I hope to this week.
 
lordnikon
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Wed Jun 24, 2015 7:40 pm
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1 way to troubleshoot this is to setup Internet Connection Sharing in Windows and route your Dreamcast through the PC. We know the primary PC operating system can connect to routers just fine, and we also know the Dreamcast can connect to windows via ICS without problems. So running this setup might alleviate compatibility problems between the Dreamcast and the Router. Also, it will let you perform diagnostics on the PC to verify if there are problems.

I cannot stress enough how valuable the tools are at nirsoft.net:

http://nirsoft.net/network_tools.html

This guy codes amazing Utilities for windows, and I use so many of his applications that my windows experience wouldn't be the same without them. Amazing stuff!
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