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Playstation Network timed out

I have a wireless connection, a belkin router with 100% signal strength to my ps3. i have been connected before had my ps3 over a year now, l8ly i have had trouble connecting to the playstation network when I try my connection test I get:
Obtain IP Address Succeeded
Internet Connection Succeeded
Playstation network Failed

I get writing saying ' The connection woth the playstation newtork has timed out' at the bottom.

I have looked up some solution like turning of media server connection....that didn't work( it knock off my internet connection to my ps3)

I have tried using the dmz for my computer and that didn't work either

i have tried restarting and turning off my router that didn't work either

I have a perfectly good internet connection with my other pc and laptop through wireless.


Help would be gr8, i would be highly gr8ful

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Try moving ur ps3 closer 2 ur router dat should make da connection stronger. but another thing is wen da internet router is used by too many appliances certain ones for example ur ps3's internet becomes weaker. i hope dis helped=)

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