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HELP i got a wpn824 netgear wireless router for my ps3. all the wires are pluged in correctly but when i take the connection test on my ps3 the ip address succeeds but the internet connection fails.does anyone know a solution

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I had to manually set access on my Wii even though it said everything was right.

If you can manually set it up, do that. You will need the IP numbers, which can be found by going to a command prompt, and typing ipconfig /all.

You will see 192.168.xxx.yyy and 255.255.255.0, and 192.168.zzz.uuu.

The first is the IP of the computer your on.
The second doesn't matter, but you'll enter the same on the PS3.

The third you'll duplicate in the PS3.

Setup any security you may have, and it should work. Let me know what you come up with. I have suggested this to others, but have not checked to see if this made their system work.

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