Wii LAN AdapterAn adapter that is required to connect the Wii console to a wired access point (AP), such as a broadband modem or wired router. One end of the Wii LAN Adapter is plugged into a USB port on the back of the Wii console the other end receives the Ethernet cord from your wired modem or broadband router into the adapter. Once the Wii LAN Adapter is connected you then configure the Internet connection settings using the Wii console software.
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