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Connection to PS3 via Ethernet cable

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Update the firmware version of your router.

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I am trying to set up a switch between my PS3 and my PC. I have an external DSL modem. I purchased a 5 port switch(Rosewill RC405-x) but no luck. Can I use an ethernet splitter instead?


You did not explainhaow you connected all your equipment together.
Connect your PC and PS3 into the 5 port switch.
Connect your DSL modem into the 5 port switch, if there is a WAN/internet port on the 5 port switch then connect the DSL model into this port.
You may need to power off the 5 port switch wait a 1 min and power up the 5 port switch again so it can setup an IP address table for the connected ports.
If this still does not work the replace the 5 port switch with a normal 5 port hub.

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1 connected ethernet cable from modem to dynex hub in "uplink port", ran another ethernet cable from laptop to 2nd port on dynex hub and ethernet cable from ps3 to 3rd port and nothing happens. Please help...


If your trying to use this to share an internet connection.. sorry to say but it's not going to happen. The hub that you purchased will not handle the DHCP settings that need to be processed to share an internet connection.

Best advice... go back to Best Buy and smack the agent that sold you this and get a router instead. :D That's what you're needing to share your connection.

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I have a router with four ports my computer is hooked up and running and i ran a ethernet cable to my PS3. Its a belkin router the pc is in slot 1 and the PS3 is in slot 2 the routers light is on for slot...


Try a different slot on the router,
If no change then try a new ethernet cable.
If still no change you should call Sony to trouble shoot your ps3

Sep 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Can't establish connection by cable


Assuming you would have checked your LAN port. Try using a USB LAN port device and see if it picks up. Else you can test connecting the modem via Ethernet cable to another machine. Does it work,? If it does then its your machine.

Apr 11, 2010 | D-Link DIR-300 Wireless Router

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HOW DO I CONNECT DIR165 TO PS3 I HAVE ENTERED THE LAN AND ALL THE OTHER ADDRESSES BUT IT WONT CONNECT


The D-link Router should work with its "factory" settings,
with most ISPs (Internet Service Providers), if you connect your
cable-modem or ADSL-modem to the 'WAN' or 'INTERNET' port on the router, and if you use an Ethernet cable to connect from one of the 4 'LAN' ports to the network-port on your desktop/notebook computer.

Once you have established a "wired" connection, and you can surf the Internet, follow the instructions in the manual that came with the D-Link to run the "Wireless Setup Wizard" to configure the "wireless" part of the router.

Add those "wireless" settings into your PS3.

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Connecting My Cable TV Modem To Wireless Router


yes you can. you simply plug the modem into the input port on the wireless router and then plug which ever device you want to hardwire into the back of the wireless router. that's all :)

Nov 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Networking


Well, I would guess that if you are hooked up now, then you have a wireless router. If this is the case then you should have rj-45 (ethernet) ports on the back of it also for lan hook-up also. Must come with atleast 4 LAN ports, 1 WLAN port (for the incoming internet signal from your cable/dsl modem), so if you use a reg. ethernnet cord, then yes you should be fine hooking your ps3 to your network(via ethernet cable to your wireless router from the ps3).
Hope this helps...

Jul 18, 2008 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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ENET Port issue on BEFW11S4 Wireless Router


Hi!

Try these steps:

1. Make sure the wireless is disabled when you're doing that. It might cause a confusion between the wired and wireless connection.
2. Try to plug it at other ports (1-4)
3. Try another known working ethernet or CAT-5 cable.
4. Set the laptop's LAN card's speed to 10-hald duplex.

Try these and hope it will help you ;-)

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Ps3


Hi mon3ymik3,

1. First of all, connect your routers Internet/WAN port to your cable/DSL modem.
2. Configure your router with the settings your Internet Service Provider gave you. The router usually needs to be configured via either a install disc or it's internal webpage. Look up it's default IP and type it into your browser after: http://

(If you don't know them, call their tech. support).

3. Make sure the internet connection works.

4. Look up the settings for a DHCP server and make sure it's on. This will give all the devices connected to the router an IP address within the range or scope you set in there.

5. Connect your PS3 to one of the other ports of the router.

6. Go to your PS3's network settings, make a new connection and set everything to Automatic. Your PS3 will "ask" your router for it's settings.

7. Run a connection test.

8. If test succeeded you should be on your way.

P.S. If you need help configuring your router I will need more information about it. It's brand, it's type etc.

Tell me if it worked.

Greetings,


DarkNeogen

Jan 17, 2008 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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Internet connection


It depends... If you use a router for the Internet then you don't need any cable, just turn on the router and then go to the PS3 and configure the PS3 to work with the router. If you have wired internet, then you will need an Ethernet cable, but since the PS3 comes with an Ethernet cable, you don't need to buy one. With the Ethernet cable, you have 2 options. If your modem has an Ethernet port, then just connect the PS3 to the modem directly. If the modem doesn't have an Ethernet port or direct connection won't work, then you can use Internet Connection Sharing to connect your PS3 to the Internet.

Jun 29, 2007 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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