Hi, not sure if anyone is still having issues, but just to say I was getting the regular GTS, I put my computer's IP as Primary DNS and the python IP as my secondary, it solved the problem.
Hey guys, new here and having trouble with IR GTS BW on Mac OS X 10.6.8. I've set the primary DNS in my game to the one displayed in the script, chose "send .pkm to game" and got a "ready to send .pkm" from the script, but when I enter the "GTS" and it connects to the fake NWFC, I get three bars and after a few seconds it drops to zero and says "Unable to connect to Nintendo WFC". The script didn't say "connection established" either. Can anyone help me?
OKKKKKK HELP!!! This thing worked for me but now it isn't . I enter the GTS after entering the DNS code to 192.168.1.101 but i go to the regular gts and i dont get my pokemon and i can search for and deposit a pokemon. WHATS going on it use to work. I dont get connection established on ir gts. I only have one wifi connection on DS . it just stopped working now so how do i send pokemon to my ds now?
I got it working by using ShinyGTS's DNS server and IR-GTS BW.
1. Open ShinyGTS and Start DNS server. http://projectpokemon.org/forums/sho...-Shiny-DTS!%29
2. Open IR-GTS and follow the instructions
I was able to send and receive Pokemon as usual using IR-GTS
Shiny2. It's more developed, stable, and supported by me. ShinyDTS and GTS are not supported anymore because the source code that powers them is an absolute mess.
I know a lot of people have problems similar so sorry but I can't get it to work still. I keep trying to open ir-gts and it closes immediately. when i try to open in cmd window the error message stays with out closing. the error message says:
File "C: \Users\Admin\Desktop\pokemon\ir-gts-bw\ir-gts-bw..py", line 22 print 'Program must be run as superuser. Enter your password below; + \
Syntax Error: invalid syntax
By the way I run on Windows 7. I have python 2.7. firewalls are off. i dont have skype of steam running. Any suggestions?
Right click -> Run As Administrator.
Does anyone have a solution?
Did some looking and poking with Wireshark. This is caused by the DNS server that your computer uses not accepting the connection. (the DNS goes from.. DS>Computer>Real DNS Server).
The solution that I found was....
Go into /src
Replace any "184.108.40.206" under "def dnsspoof" to "220.127.116.11" (Changes the Real DNS Server to Google's Open DNS server.. worked for me)
(Hate to bring up an old thread, but 2 weeks doesn't seem to bad, and I hate to find dead end threads with no solutions)
Excuse me for reviving this semi-dead thread, but I really need help. I'm currently using Windows 8 and when I try to connect to IR-GTS with my 3DS, I enter the real GTS. I know I put in all the right DNS's and I even tried every "solution" I found. So can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong or if IR-GTS is even compatible with Windows 8?
Try removing all connections on your DS, then remaking only the active connection you're using. Edit both the Primary and Secondary DNS to your own GTS. If this still fails, your router may be doing some mumbo-jumbo that stops the DNS from changing despite what you set it.
Also try using Shiny2: http://projectpokemon.org/forums/sho...ibution-System
Check your Router settings, could be an issue there. Maybe it's routing all Port 80 connections elsewhere.