Formlesstree4/Shiny Jirachi Presents...
ShinyDTS & ShinyGTS
What are these programs?
ShinyGTS [and DTS] are simple Global Trade Emulators for Generation IV [Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, & SoulSilver] and Generation V [Black & White] games. These programs allow you [yes you] to send and receive Pokemon to and from your game from your computer! The interfaces are simple to follow and make transferring Pokemon extremely simple!
How can I use them?
Step 1) Make sure no programs are currently running that can block Port 80 [TCP] AND Port 53 [UDP]
Step 2) Now, make sure your Router has the two ports listed in Step 1 forwarded to your local IP. This is crucial if you want to do public distributions. [If you don't want to do public distributions, you can skip this step].
Step 3) Make sure any active firewalls have an exception for either ShinyDTS and/or ShinyGTS on both ports listed in Step 1.
Step 4) Run either program and follow the interface instructions.
Step 5) On your DS [in either game], be sure to change your first connection properties [which is your active one] ONLY! Do not create a new connection for this. You need to change "Auto-Obtain DNS" to "No", and change the "Primary DNS" slot to the IP address that ShinyDTS and/or ShinyGTS display in the textbox on the program. [If you skipped Step 2, then you must use your local IP address assigned to your computer by your router, no exceptions].
Step 6) You can now send or receive Pokemon!
Where are the download links?
They are on the second line of this post, however, you can download them below!
Click here to download ShinyDTS!
Click here to download ShinyGTS!
If anyone has any questions, please feel free to post in the support thread!
Last edited by formlesstree4; Jul 18th, 2011 at 01:33 PM. Reason: Changing to include a Support Thread link
Glad to see you back. your last GTS program was awesome.
Very nice program, as usual. Thanks.
Well done, thanks!
It doesn't seem to be working for me. I have started the DNS Server, begun the GTS Service sending a single valid 5th Gen .pkm file, forwarded Port 80 on both TCP and UDP, and then told someone outside of my network to try connecting using the IP that Shiny GTS displays next to "Get IP" (which I also clicked to ensure was current).
Everyone who tried - all of whom are outside my network - received the Error 52100.
Are there any other Ports I should forward, or anything else I can test, to get this program working?
Are you sure it was the public IP and not a local IP (not 192.168.xxx.xxx)? Did Shiny GTS log anything in the GTS section when they tried to connect?
It was definitely my public IP, not my local "192" IP. Shiny GTS didn't log anything at all.
how does this work
Hi, I've tried to convert a file but keep getting "incorrect file size!"
Does anybody know what I've done wrong?
Edit: nevermind, did some lurking and found out my problem, thanks! :]
is the DNS the number where it says 'Get IP'?
Pokemon Black Version: I am running Vista Home Edition x64. I have ran the Global Trade System Emulator, set Step 1 to Gen V, set step 2 to Individual Pokemon Sending, and set Step 3 to my .pkm file on my desktop. I then clicked start DNS, followed by start gts. I set my DS dns to 192.168.1.47, which is my PCs address on the network. I only assume this is right because an older program for gen IV tried to use this same address. Using it i get a response from the emulator:
GTS System: Setting up the Generation V GTS Server
GTS Initializing on port 80 complete
DNS System: *** DNS Server Initialized ***
Incoming Data from: 192.168.1.43
192.168.1.43 requesting conntest.nintendowifi.net
Data sent to 192.168.1.43
it continues to bounce information back and forth before giving me a communication error: 13275
I know there is a working program since i have recieved some pokemon online. i am not sure what i am doing wrong, but help would be greatly appreciated
Firewall is turned off