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PS3 DNS error

My ps3 gives DNS error when i want to create a network account what is the solution what shell i do?????????????????????????

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  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2009

    i dont now what to put as my DNS code

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You need to manually enter the internet settings on your ps3. to find out what they are, go to your routers home page and look at the ip tcp and dns server settings (dont touch them; write them down)

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Whether you have created your website using the blogger interface on blogspot OR registered your domain through GoDaddy.com this step is a must for businesses who require an admin e-mail address and attach users to the new domain to unlock the full potential of the new Website.

The easiest way to do this is to use Google Webmaster Tools which you can access through your main account dashboard you will need a gmail (UK) OR googlemail (USA) account to do this

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After you add the site you will need to verify ownership there are three ways to do this if you hold your website template on Dreamweaver and two ways if you have used wordpress OR blogger.

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I will show you how to do this with your blogger template that has been transferred to a custom domain purchased through blogger, note this will not give you FTP access if you require this then you must register you domain name separately @ either godaddy.com OR another Domian registration service like 123-reg.com

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Copy and paste the required code shown above in the place indicated in the screendump below when you have saved if and viewed you can then click verify if all works OK with the save you will have added the google apps to your domain

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You can also do this using a DNS TXT record which you need to add to your DNS control panel

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TXT Record Format

google-site-verification
BEE8PlsCMGlnGffk7687RpbZuXehwxdTyOjsi81b9wg

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Google Apps links for Premier Business and International users these are a paid for service and give you the full package that can be used on a company intranet.

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Temporarily change your DNS settings.

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24162751-wxpaklkqiapao3rwyzi1syb2-4-2.jpg 4.Now look at the bottom of the screen you will see preferred DNS press the "Use the following DNS server address" and in the first preferred enter 8.8.8.8 and the second enter 8.8.4.4

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Once you have done that OK it and either do a START>RUN>CMD>ipconfig /renew
or reboot the computer.

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Next click on your connection (Local area network or Wireless area network)

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