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I'm being timed out

Everything else for my connection is good but it says NAT Type failed

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  • josh_alyea Jan 09, 2009

    yes it is

  • josh_alyea Jan 09, 2009

    yes it is

  • josh_alyea Jan 10, 2009

    ok thanks but how do you open the ps3 ports on the router?

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Does this involve a PS3?

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

  • Logan Margulis Jan 10, 2009

    On the PS3:

    under settings>network settings>manual setup



    it'll ask what ip address you want to use... my network is setup like
    192.168.1.1 (router) - so i gave the ps3 192.168.1.120 (no other device
    on my LAN has that ip) cause i have it set for a range starting from
    192.168.1.100-140(end) in the router config... (yours could be
    different)



    then i added the DNS IPs, which can be found under the "status" menu of
    your router (linksys in this case) and i also had to enter the subnet
    mask which in all likely hood would be 255.255.255.0 and then saved the
    network changes in the ps3...



    went to my router's config page and forwarded the ports that were
    mentioned in the first post to the ip address of the ps3 192.168.1.120
    (setup earlier...)

    Basically, you need to open the ps3 ports on your router. If you need more specific instructions, please let me know.





    i now get the nat type 2 when doing test connection...



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The PS3 has 3 different NAT types. They are shown below.
Type 1: The PS3 is connected to the Internet without a firewall or router. No NAT issues.Type 2: The PS3 is connected to the Internet through a router which is configured correctly. No NAT issues.Type 3: The PS3 is connected to the Internet through a router that needs configuring.Ideally, you want to have a Type 2 NAT. However, a Type 1 NAT does not affect your game play.


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For more details on port forwarding , log on to http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm

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  10. Go back to Network Settings, and then change your DNS settings to Manual. For primary DNS server, enter your default gateway.
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  12. Go back to your computer, and open up your browser. Type your default gateway into the address bar, and press enter. A username/password box should come up. This site has a pretty complete list of routers and passwords.
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