The 52230 error code is caused by a problem with the wireless security settings on the Wii console. This error code can be fixed by changing the wireless security settings on the Wii console to match the wireless security settings on the router.
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1. Use the Wii LAN Adapter
- Plug the Wii LAN Adapter into an open port on your router.
- Connect the other end of the Wii LAN Adapter to your Wii.
- Power on your Wii and wait for the system to initialize.
- Click the Wii System Settings icon on the Wii Menu.
- Click the Wii System Settings (Wii U) icon.
- Under the Network Settings section, select the Adapter Settings tab.
- If your Wii is connected to the Internet, check the box next to Use the Internet to configure the adapter.
- If your Wii is not connected to the Internet, check the box next to Use the LAN to configure the adapter.
- Under the Adapter Settings tab, select the LAN Settings button.
- In the LAN Settings dialog box, configure the settings as follows:
- IP Address: Enter the IP address of your router.
- Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask of your router.
- Default Gateway: Enter the IP address of your router’s default gateway.
- DNS Servers: Enter the IP addresses of your router’s DNS servers.
- Click the Test Connection button.
- If the test connection succeeds, close the LAN Settings dialog box.
- Click the OK button.
- Click the OK button in the Wii System Settings (Wii U) window.
- Restart your Wii.
2. Change the channel that your router is broadcasting on
Step 1: Open your router's admin page. Step 2: Navigate to the "Wireless" tab. Step 3: Click on the "Channel" tab. Step 4: Select the desired channel from the list. Step 5: Click on the "Change" button. Step 6: Enter the desired channel number. Step 7: Click on the "Apply" button.
3. Move your router closer to your Wii console
- Power off the Wii console and router.
- Unplug the power cable from the Wii console and router.
- Remove the screws that hold the router in place.
- Slide the router closer to the Wii console.
- Reattach the screws that hold the router in place.
- Plug the power cable from the router into the power outlet on the Wii console.
- Power on the Wii console and router.
4. Check to see if the MAC Filtering feature on your router is enabled
- Open your router's administrative interface.
- Under the Networking and Security section, locate the MAC Filtering feature and check the status.
- If the feature is enabled, you'll see a green check mark next to it. Otherwise, the feature will be disabled and you'll see a red X next to it.
- If the feature is enabled, you'll also see a list of all the devices that are currently being filtered. If the device is not listed, it likely means that the device isn't on the router's network and can't be filtered.
- If the feature is enabled, you'll also need to input the IP addresses of the devices that you want to filter. You can either type in the IP addresses manually or use the router's address lookup feature.
- Once you've entered the IP addresses of the devices you want to filter, press the enter key.
- The router will then start filtering the traffic of the devices listed in the MAC Filtering section. If any of the devices in the list stops working because of the MAC filtering, you'll see an error code of 52230 and a message indicating that the MAC filtering feature on the router is not working.
5. Try manually assigning an IP address to your Wii console
- Ensure your Wii console is powered on and connected to the Internet.
- Press the HOME button on your Wii remote to open the HOME menu.
- Select SYSTEM > CONNECT TO WII SYSTEM.
- Select your Wii console from the list of devices.
- Enter the IP address of your Wii console into the IP Address field.
- Click the CONNECT button.
- If the IP address is correct, the Wii console will reboot. If the IP address is not correct, the Wii console will display an error message and will not reboot.
- Repeat the steps above to enter the IP address of a different Wii console.
Still not working? maybe try one of these options:
- Check to see if your router's firewall is blocking incoming traffic on the ports that the Wii uses.