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To have an IP address, your TV must be connected to a home network or the internet...Is your TV a internet-enabled TV?Then there are three ways..
a) On the TV, go to network settings
b) From your router, check the DHCP table of the clients, if your TV is connected to your network, its IP should be listed.
c) Visit IP-details.com and get the IP.
Try to reboot BOTH devices, remove power from Both devices and reboot. I'm not sure what a ne10 is? The "aquiring network adress" is it's try to aquire the IP address. If you power everthing down it should reset everything. You question isn't very clear. I don't know what "IT' is? "when i try to connect "it" to my web cube "it" just says aquiring network adress how do i get "it" to work properly please"?
Try using the HEX password instead of the ascii passphrase - also try to reset your AP temporarily in order to test the connection without ANY wireless security - if that doesn't connect, then the problem probably lies in the wireless router itself.
you need to open a incoming port for the ps3 on your router all you have to do is use the computer to go to your router settings then use whatever ip the ps3 is using and open a port for that ip address that should work but i dont have a ps3 so i dont know you could try that
Also check the WEP key as it may say the AP (access point) isn't there if the WEP is wrong.
Also some routers won't connect properly to the DS unless the IP,Gateway, and DNS are set manually.
If you choose to set the AP info manualy then you need to find the you AP's IP address. Commonly this would be 192.168.1.1 however it varies from one brand to another or may be changed manualy. Try these settins with the corrected IP adress number as the gateway.
IP Adress 192.168.1.152 (this is you'r DS IP adress. The 3rd digit should be the same as you gatway's 3rd digit. The fourth digit can be any number that isn't used on your network.
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
DNS Pri 192.168.1.1 DNS Sec 192.168.1.0 (Usually I set the Gateway and DNS numbers the same and it usually works. The Gateway is the IP address of your wifi router.)
If this fails and all numbers are correct, then it may be that the WiFi router will not work with the DS as some brands simply refuse to work with it for unkown reasons.
Anohter solution is to get a WiFi USB dongle and connect to that.
Connect it to your router with an ethernet cable.
Make sure the router is setup correctly to your modem, if you can
connect all your devices by ethernet cable to the internet then it's
set. If you are using a wireless connection and if it asks for the WEP or
WPA key, make sure that you are entering the correct encryption key.
You may want to call your router manufacturer to know the correct key
for the wireless connection. FYI, it will say that the wireless network
is connected but it will still fail the IP Address.
If you have a wired connection and the IP Address or DNS failed, I
suggest you to call your Internet Service Provider to check for the
Internet connection and obtain these (static IP address, subnet mask,
default gateway, primary DNS server and secondary DNS server). If your
Internet is okay, enter the IP settings manually on the console (System
> Network Settings > Edit Settings > IP settings).