Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
Sounds like you have a network problem there. I'm guessing that you are using some kind of router to connect to the internet... within the router, is UPnP enabled? This could fix your problem. If it is, then maybe you need to port forward your PS3 to get the most out of online experience. Goto www.portforward.com in order to get detailed instructions on how to port forward your router. One thing that I can tell you is to pay attention to your primary DNS that your ISP provides you and make that your secondary DNS while putting your router as the primary DNS. Making a IP is a little different with each router, that's why I pointed you to www.portforward.com for more detailed instructions. (although the DNS was never really covered in it, that's why I said it here...) I had to do this with my xbox360 in order to get my full connection as the auto connection was making it really slow...
Posted on Apr 02, 2007
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