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I am simply not able to connect my PSP to play online.

When I try to connect my PSP in order to play online, I put the IP settings on automatic and it tells me it isn't able to obtain the IP address. I tried to put the IP settings manually but I'm simply unable to find what my primary and secondary DNS are. In fact, I'm not even sure I know what a DNS is.

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    doesnt let me play online

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There could be a problem with your wireless router
i would try it on someone elses and see
if not then idk
hope this helps

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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HOW DO YOU GET ON LINE WITH A PSP


Step1 – Go to Settings and then select Network settings
Step2 – Select Infrastructure Mode and start a [New Connection]. By setting up in Infrastructure Mode, you will be able to take advantage of the more exciting features of the PSP, such as browsing the Internet and playing games online with your friends.
Step3 – Access the WLAN Settings and select scan to search for an SSID of nearby access points. If you find more than one access point, simply connect to the one with the strongest signal.
Step4 – Once an SSID is found, select it (make sure you don’t rename it) and move to the WLAN Security Settings. You should note that if the access point is using WEP encryption, you will need to enter the WEP key manually (when the access point is detected, it will display the type of encryption it is running. WEP key should be displayed on your router. If it displays none, simply move onto the next step.
Step5 – Now you have a couple of choices of either Easy or Custom in Address Settings menu. I suggest you selecting the Easy option which will complete the Infrastructure Mode set-up automatically.
Step6 – Choose your Connection Name and enter it. A Setting List will be displayed. Press x button to save settings.
Step7 – Test Connection to make sure everything works. If all is okay, Network Settings will display Connection Name, Signal Strength, SSID, BSSID, Channel, Security and IP Address.
In a nutshell there we are, 7 simple steps to connect your PSP to the internet using a wireless router to enable you to start surfing the internet, playing games online with friends, exchanging pictures and downloading your favourite RSS channels.

Mar 05, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I can't get the internet for my psp


FOLLOW THESE 7 STEPS

Step1 – Go to Settings and then select Network settings

Step2 – Select Infrastructure Mode and start a [New Connection]. By setting up in Infrastructure Mode, you will be able to take advantage of the more exciting features of the PSP, such as browsing the Internet and playing games online with your friends.

Step3 – Access the WLAN Settings and select scan to search for an SSID of nearby access points. If you find more than one access point, simply connect to the one with the strongest signal.

Step4 – Once an SSID is found, select it (make sure you don’t rename it) and move to the WLAN Security Settings. You should note that if the access point is using WEP encryption, you will need to enter the WEP key manually (when the access point2_bing.gif is detected, it will display the type of encryption it is running. WEP key should be displayed on your router. If it displays none, simply move onto the next step.

Step5 – Now you have a couple of choices of either Easy or Custom in Address Settings menu. I suggest you selecting the Easy option which will complete the Infrastructure Mode set-up automatically.

Step6 – Choose your Connection Name and enter it. A Setting List will be displayed. Press x button to save settings.

Step7 – Test Connection to make sure everything works. If all is okay, Network Settings2_bing.gif will display Connection Name, Signal Strength, SSID, BSSID, Channel, Security and IP Address.

Nov 29, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How do I get wifi on my psp


FOLLOW THESE 7 STEPS

Step1 – Go to Settings and then select Network settings

Step2 – Select Infrastructure Mode and start a [New Connection]. By setting up in Infrastructure Mode, you will be able to take advantage of the more exciting features of the PSP, such as browsing the Internet and playing games online with your friends.

Step3 – Access the WLAN Settings and select scan to search for an SSID of nearby access points. If you find more than one access point, simply connect to the one with the strongest signal.

Step4 – Once an SSID is found, select it (make sure you don’t rename it) and move to the WLAN Security Settings. You should note that if the access point is using WEP encryption, you will need to enter the WEP key manually (when the access point is detected, it will display the type of encryption it is running. WEP key should be displayed on your router. If it displays none, simply move onto the next step.

Step5 – Now you have a couple of choices of either Easy or Custom in Address Settings menu. I suggest you selecting the Easy option which will complete the Infrastructure Mode set-up automatically.

Step6 – Choose your Connection Name and enter it. A Setting List will be displayed. Press x button to save settings.

Step7 – Test Connection to make sure everything works. If all is okay, Network Settings will display Connection Name, Signal Strength, SSID, BSSID, Channel, Security and IP Address.

Nov 24, 2009 | Sony PSP (Piano Black)

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I have a Belkin Wireless router and I have a PS3


Actually you don't need to forward ports when playing online games. The router should automatically locate the ports for the game because it has UPnP function. Here's what you can do. Disable the port forwarding and DMZ that you set on the router. Look for the UPnP function of the router and disable, Save it. Enable it again, then save. Now power cycle your router. If you have Static IP on the PS3 network settings, try to set it first to automatic IP and automatic DNS.

Hope that helps.

Sep 23, 2009 | Belkin N Wireless Modem-Router F5D8633au4A

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WHAT IS DNS ERROR ANDHOW DO I FIX IT


DNS error is already an issue with the Access Point you are connecting with.

If you are using your own access point, try to restart it. If the same still occurs, hardcode the DNS of your provider on the wireless router you are using.

Hope this helps.

Aug 12, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Need directions for router


Perform a factory reset of the router. Locate the reset button on the back of the unit. Hold it in with a paper clip for 15-30 seconds then release. Reboot the router and it will be back to factory default. Log into the device, and check the firmware. Look online to make sure that you have the current version, and update it if you do not.

Jun 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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How do i get on the internet with my psp


Ok First you have to make sure that you are in a WiFi (Hotspot) area because that is how the psp gets online.

  1. Step1 – Go to Settings and then select Network settings
  2. Step2 – Select Infrastructure Mode and start a [New Connection]. By setting up in Infrastructure Mode, you will be able to take advantage of the more exciting features of the PSP, such as browsing the Internet and playing games online with your friends.
  3. Step3 – Access the WLAN Settings and select scan to search for an SSID of nearby access points. If you find more than one access point, simply connect to the one with the strongest signal.
  4. Step4 – Once an SSID is found, select it (make sure you don’t rename it) and move to the WLAN Security Settings. You should note that if the access point is using WEP encryption, you will need to enter the WEP key manually (when the access point is detected, it will display the type of encryption it is running. WEP key should be displayed on your router. If it displays none, simply move onto the next step.
  5. Step5 – Now you have a couple of choices of either Easy or Custom in Address Settings menu. I suggest you selecting the Easy option which will complete the Infrastructure Mode set-up automatically.
  6. Step6 – Choose your Connection Name and enter it. A Setting List will be displayed. Press x button to save settings.
  7. Step7 – Test Connection to make sure everything works. If all is okay, Network Settings will display Connection Name, Signal Strength, SSID, BSSID, Channel, Security and IP Address.

Sep 09, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Mar 08, 2008 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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No internet connection


Ok, so if you're getting an IP Conflict, you have 2 devices trying to use the same address. It sounds like you configured a static IP address in at least one of those devices... your PC, router, or the PSP. In order to do gaming, I believe you have to set up a hole in your firewall to allow that connection... so I would suggest that you ensure that the you are using static IP addresses on all of the devices within your LAN (NOT the WAN port on the router). Set the router to 192.168.1.1, the PC to 192.168.1.2, and the PSP to 192.168.1.10... that way if you add more PC's they won't interfere with the PSP accidentally. Then setup your router to allow the game port to be open for the PSP at 192.168.1.10.

Sep 17, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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