- scroll to settings
- network settings
- internet connection settings
- select wireless
Follow the on screen instructions, and use the 'easy' set up option as it is all that is required on most.
For your Router:
- Know the SSID
- Have WEP key or any security info to hand
- If you have the SSID broadcast switched off on the router, it may not appear on the PS3. If the PS3 cannot locate your network, try enabling SSID broadcast.
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you can connect using cable,
ask any broad band service, or any servers , get number on net......
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This is the problem with the ps3's broadband access.If it is the broad band problem the broad band may not be able to give much signal strength to over come the error or it can also occur because of a system failure or a crash
For this you need a broad band connection.Now switch on the psp go to settings go down fully and enter network settings and enter infrastructure mode.There select [New Connection] and you will enter WLAN settings there select scan.While doing this remember to do this switch on the broad band so that the psp will be able track it while scanning.After it finds your WLAN it will show you the SSID,Security and signal strength.Then press 'x' and type the SSID and press the right arrow to continue.Now you mus type the security code if you have one otherwise press none.Then select the address settings to easy or custom and keep going front until you find the sentence 'Press the x button to save settings'.Now you can browse the internet with the connection.But remember to switch on the broad band when you want to browse the internet.
To be fair, the whole thing is very easy to hook up, and the range is good ... able to cover the entire house, upstairs, down stairs and even outside. ... now I can hook the output from my computer speakers to the docking ... Other popular topics, Netbooks, Palm Pre, PlayStation 3, Security software, Wii, Windows 7 ...
you can play all sorts of computer games that are free online with them or some disk based games can be played with others but you both need to have a disk of same game or eing playing it online games that work like this include club pegin and runescape just a couple for example then just get on same world as them
if you want to be able to play your ps3 downstairs with your modem upstairs, you might consider buying a Wireless Router that has Wireless G , for your PS3. This will allow you to access your Internet all around your house without wires. I suggest looking for one that features MIMO or range plus max, or anything else that increases your signal range since there is a fair amount of distance involved.
The alternative is relocating your modem downstairs and hooking it up to the PS3. BUT your computer wont have Internet.
In order for you to go on-line with the PS3, you will first need either broad band or DSLInternet connection. Once you have that, all you will need to buy then is a wireless router. You will need to hookup the wireless router to your broad band or DSL modem. Once you have done this, you have two option on how to get on-line. You can hard-wire your PS3 to the wireless modem or you can use the blue tooth wireless net-card that is already built into your PS3 to go on-line.