Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
First you have to setup you device to recognize you home network. Just turn it on and this process is for wireless networks of course.
You have to know the SSID of your network and then set that as
you PSP SSID as well, the other matter is whether or not your home network has WEP security which prevents others within the
distance of you home network from accessing it without your permission. If you do have WEP enabled then you wil have to input that WEP code into your PSP in order for it to be authenticated on your wireless network. I hope this works for you and good luck
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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