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 +**__GwUsMini2n for Mac.__**
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 +__Installing the driver.__
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 +DO NOT PLUG IN THE ADAPTER YET.
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 +Download your planex driver here:
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 +http://www.planex.net/driver/wireless/GW-USMini2N/GW-USMini2N_Mac_v1.1.6.0_CE.zip
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 +Or use the driver that came with the CD.
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 +Mount the .dmg file and select the correct driver according to your OS.
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 +Select "Continue" to begin installation.
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 +Select "Install for all users of this machine," and click "Continue".
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 +Type in your username and password and select "OK.".
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 +Installer will prompt a reboot after installation. Select "Continue Installation".
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 +Installer will finish and will ask to restart. Click "Restart".
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 +__Plugging in the adapter.__
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 +After your computer has restarted, plug in your planex adapter into the USB port of your computer.
 +The Planex Utility Icon will automatically pop up in your dock. The Wireless Utility screen will also pop up.
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 +Your Mac will tell you that "A new network interface has been detected." Select "Network Preferences"
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 +Ensure that "USB Ethernet" is configured to "Using DHCP." Click "Apply"
 +Take note of what your Mac named your adapter. Mine is "en2" in this case.
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 +In the Wireless Utility window, select the "Advanced" tab and check "Enable PSP XLink" then click "Apply".
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 +Go to System Preferences then go to Sharing.
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 +Check "Internet Sharing" in the left column. Share your internet connection (Mine's airport) to the Planex adapter (should be USB Ethernet (en_)).
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 +__Playing on Kai.__
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 +Download and install Xlink Kai for Mac OS X from the link above.
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 +Run the kaiengine.
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 +Click on the Kai symbol in the upper left corner of the window next to "Navigation" to enter into configuration mode.
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 +Make the following changes:
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 +Network Adapter: select the planex adapter your mac has assigned. (Mine is en2)
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 +Port:  [[Port Forwarding]]
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 +Deep Port: Set to 0
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 +Web UI Port: Leave as is
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 +Enable PAT: If your port setting is at "0," enable this.
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 +Save your settings.
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 +Click on the Kai symbol again to return to the General Chat.
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 +Click on "Game Arenas" then "Metrics" to see if you are reachable. If it says "no," you must portforward.
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 +On Kai, find a room you would like to play in.
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 +Fire up your PSP and go to Network Settings > Ad Hoc Mode
 +Select a preferred channel (it shouldn't matter really).
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 +Start up your game's ad-hoc mode.
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 +Go back to the Utility, click "Rescan," select the PSP SSID, and hit "Connect."
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 +And before you know it, you've got Kai working on a Mac!
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