Question about Buffalo Technology (WYR-G54) Router
Contact your manufacterer of the router. they'll be able to explain to you what the nattype is and how to correct it. generally i'd suggest to ry connecting it directly to your modem but the nat type has nothing to do with your ps3 and has everything to do with your network setup. check all your security settings
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: ps3 nat type 3
In order to achieve NAT 2, you are going to have to set your PS3 to a static IP address and forward ports on your router.
detailed instructions on how to do this and configure your ps3 can be found here:
In order to get into your router settings, go to 192.168.0.1 OR www.routerlogin.net (the router sets up its own DNS) and putting in your username and password. If you have not set up a password, the default username and password for this router is "admin"/"password". Follow the instructions in the page I posted once you are logged into the router's webmin.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
I have nat type 1 with this router but no upnp. access your router. click on advanced setup, click on configure, click on connection, choose ppp over ethernet llc/snap scroll down and click on save and restart connection. call your internet provider and get the username and password for your router. you will need it later. on your ps3, go to network settings, select internet connection settings. the ps3 will ask if you want to continue, select yes.select custom, wired connection, auto detect, PPPoE, enter the username and password you got from your isp, select automatic, automatic, do not use, enable, then press the x button to save, press the x button again to test connection
Posted on May 07, 2009
u should have dmz on router. but if not u can try your modem. that was my issue. i still use router for connection and stuff but i enables ip/dmz to pass through on my modem and it changed to type 2 more info email me at firstname.lastname@example.org on add me i believe my ps3 thing is ADV_WARfighter
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Instead of changing the NAT type, it is effective to forward ports on the router for your PS3. Perform the steps as mentioned in the below link:
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Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: nat type changes back on ps3
you need to make sure that when you change it that you apply in your modem setup page that bridge mode is activated so that it turns it into a dumb unit allowing just to pass through the internet stream thus allowing constant nat 2 connection
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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