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From memory of sons PS3 but should be similar in ps2---In set up--- check IP address settings are on auto make sure you have the right WIFI network -type indicated,.... and above all make sure your WIFI signal is in range and you have a good signal when setting up.....The problem I had with sons PS3 was similar nothing indicated that the signal wasn't good enough...i did everything i could think of including putting static ip addresses---nothing worked...to cut the story short, it turned out that the wifi which should have been in range wasn't good enough... accidentally got a connection in auto a couple of times which bombed out quickly...But---after replacing wifi with a better range unit and updating broadband all such problems disappeared
a number of things
1. that the ps2 is just too old to recognize the router.
2. that the router is not set up for DHCP (automatically assign an IP address)
3. your ps2 is configured for a static ip address
check those things... also, do you have other things connected by ethernet? if those work, the problem is on the ps2.
i am pretty sure that error code 603 is conflicting ip numbers might want to try to turn off modem and router for a few min then plug them back in ad try again .....or contact your ip provider to see how you may change your ip address or if you have a router it should rese your ip number
There should be a setup disk that came with the network adapter.
Put that in, and it's a simple walk-through.
If you don't have it, then Madden 08 has an automatic connection sequence, just go online with it, and it should do it all for you.
If you have a cable connection (Cable Broadband), then its going to DHCP connection (or automatic) If it's DSL, then you may have a static IP address, and you may want to contact your ISP for further help. You would need to manually assign an IP address to your PS2.
If you have it set up correctly, and its a cable modem you've got, then you may want to reboot everything.
Unplug power to the modem and router and also make sure the PS2 is off.
Plug modem back in, then router, and turn PS2 and try connecting agian.
an ip address would be the company website your getting your internet from like www.netscape.com or whatever company you use. your username is your email address you have with the company and your password is what ever word you put into your computer to prove it is you loging into your account.
might be teh router fire wall block the connection between the play station-2 to the router so login to ur router inter face and disable the fire wall>and enable DMZ for teh ip address of ur PS2 u can serch for the ip address in teh DHCP client table what ip is assigned to teh PS2 and enable teh DMZ for teh particular ip address and reboot the router and PS2 then check it will work rate me solved if its helps thx