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2Wire connecting to my PS3

I cannot get the modem to connect with my PS3. The PS3 cannot get the IP address from the modem. How do I change the settings to allow the PS3 to connect through it?

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  • Anonymous Sep 16, 2008

    i have a 2wire and a ps3 and when i try to get the ip adress it doesn't work and says it timed out


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Change the encryption type from WPSK 2 to WEP and choose custom connection on your PS3.
Just fill in the details manually this should work. The PS3 does support WPSK and WPSK 2 but mine had the same problem. and it fixed mine. And before you go doing that just check that you havn't got MAC filtering turned on because that will stop it recieving an IP

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