Internet connection failed but IP address obtained.
My PS3 is telling me that it "succeeded" in obtaining my IP adress,but now its telling me that an error occured during communication with the server.This is a DNS error.(80710102).what is the problem?
My ps3 is telling me that it obtained the ip:adress but failed to connect to the internet, dns error. i also have a router linksys wrt54g, wireless connection
I cannot access the net when all connections are correct , I have tried the disk but it asks for the password , have tried admin but not successful.
Am open to suggestions on how to resolve my ongoing problem
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Re: Internet connection failed but IP address obtained.
Check to make sure that your router has gotten an IP Address from your ISP. Because you PS3 is telling you that it has an IP from your router. This means that the Router to PS3 connection has layer 3 connectivity, but what about from your router to your ISP? check that in the router by logging into the router's web page and going to the status page it should have your information from your ISP if it does not make sure that the main page is set to the proper settings either get IP automatically (Cable Modem) or Get PPPOE (DSL) connection (Make sure that your password information is correct to).
Now after checking these items make sure that you set the router up as the DNS for your network buy setting this on the status page then in your PS3 (set the DNS setting to point to your router, and set your router up as a caching DNS server). Then power cycle the router after saving everything, and power cycle your PS3 after setting everything. This should clear up your problem.
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Sounds like a problem with the firmware in your router. Connect your laptop directly to one of the four ports with a cat 5 cable. Turn of your wireless adapter and connect through the cable. Once your web browser is open, go to the URL http://192.168.1.1/. This will take you to a
pop up box which asks you to enter a user name and password. The default user name is admin and the default password is admin or password. From there You will be all the settings you can control. You are looking for the one to go on line and download the current firmware update. This will most likely solve your problem. If your router was working fine before do not tamper with any of the other options. If this does not clear up your problem you will probably need a new router. You can also try Pushing the tiny reset button on the back and running the setup disk that came with your router. If this fails you definitely need a new router. I hope this helps you. If you need more help feel free to contact me. George
This sounds like you might need to open a port on your router or firewall to allow the PS3 to send info to the games specific server just because the PS3 has been given an IP address the PS3 still needs to connect through your router using NAT.
I suggest first turning off your Windows Firewall and your ISP firewall then into your router admin panel and open up the correct port then do the same on your firewalls.
Next, you need to enter these numbers for the PS3 to work.. so
put these in the port start and end. 80 , 443 , 5223 , 10070 (start) and
10080 (end) , 3478 , 3479 , 3658 , 10070. They should be in both start
and end except for the fourth which will have 10070 in start and 10080
The first 4 are TCP and the last 4 are UDP both types are required.
you need to open a incoming port for the ps3 on your router all you have to do is use the computer to go to your router settings then use whatever ip the ps3 is using and open a port for that ip address that should work but i dont have a ps3 so i dont know you could try that
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Can you give a little more information about your configuration? Are you connected at all? Do you know what is going on? Does your car have an automatic transmission? Do you have people hooked to the underground chopshop network? Have you relocated through a time portal? If you have, did you tell sony the problems people are having in the future with there PS3s? Did they commit you into an asylum? Did you call sonys tech support hotline? The number is 1-800-345-7669. I hope they can help you without having to unanswer your questions with more questions like these. If they don't know, I would suggest smashing it with a hammer.
OK IF YOU HAVE PS3, and you get the ERROR DNS while trying to login into PSN, all u need to do is, shutdown the console, then restart it by holding down the ON button on the PS# not the controller till you hear 2 beeps, then try to login again, should work.