Womp. Some kinda server update broke the way I had phrased http get requests in all of my Wii Homebrew. It happened some time near the end of 2018. So none of my stuff can actually connect to this site anymore. That means scoreboards won't be updated and you can't use stuff like Wii Chatter at all. Another server update in march 2020 stopped the website from even working in a web browser and I've mostly got it back up, but there are definitely still some things busted because of that update too. Ugh. Maybe someday I'll get everything working again like it used to. Until then you can at least check out whatever new projects I have in the works over on twitter at @BoringDevKate.
How mario kart wii bans work and how to get around them.
Comment posted by LordOfWaffles at 2014-01-04 23:24:30 (7 years ago)
Ok heres how bans work on mkw. When some moderator (or even the system it does have a firewall) bans you, it bans your ip. Now its very simple to get around this my friend. There are codes you can apply to mkw so that your ip changes and your no longer banned since the system thinks your somebody else, your ip isnt the one thats on the ban list. Simple. No I have not tryed it I just saw it on youtube one time. But it makes since to me, so id give it a try. Just try looking up ip changer codes and see what you get? Post if you have any ideas to get unbanned since it seems like such a big problem to so many people.
Comment posted by CodyMKW at 2014-01-05 22:52:19 (7 years ago)
you can also edit the main.dol to get unbanned
Comment posted by emc at 2014-04-05 23:25:26 (6 years ago)
Actually, your IP Address does NOT get banned. Your MKWii Liscence does. But if you are right that the WFC Server bans your IP, then that certainly means that there are 2 or more ban codes (error codes).
Also, if you had learned all of that from a YouTube video, heh, pretty much it could have some false information, bro.
Comment posted by Android at 2014-04-23 23:52:14 (6 years ago)
Yes but with my knowledge of things like this it made perfect sense to me.
Comment posted by Android at 2014-04-23 23:55:25 (6 years ago)
To just clarify, all you have to do is change your liscense code and ip. You can find license code changers and a few diff websites. I happened to check.
Comment posted by Linuxy at 2014-04-27 14:44:34 (6 years ago)
you can use vpn if your router support it
Comment posted by Linuxy at 2015-02-15 20:08:41 (5 years ago)
or you can get openwrt and put it on your home router and get a vpn to change ip
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