Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
If you are trying to connect to a wireless network using your PSP, what you need is the WEP for the wireless network.
If you are using a home wireless network you would need to ask the person who set the WEP key.
Or, you could go to the wireless router, and there should be a little reset place to push with a pin. Press it, hold it for twenty seconds or so, and then go onto a computer connected to the wireless router and enter in the MAC address that you should be able to find on the bottom of your router on a little sticker.or if that is not found, you can do a search on your wireless router's MAC address on the internet. Just do a search in Google or Bing or whatever for the wireless router model and look for the router's web address.
Enter that address (which should look like a xxx.xxx.x.x format) into the address bar on the Internet Browser. You will be taken to your router's webpage where you can change that information. You sign on as Admin, usually there is no need for a password after a hardware reset, and you should see a security setting option. Select the WEP or WPA setting and enter in your own key. Write it down, because if you have any other computers or devices connected to the wireless router they will all need to set their internet secuirty protocol to that new key or they will not be able to access the internet.
Go into your PSP Network settings and go through the options, enter in your new key, and bam! Your there. :)
Or you SHOULD be.
If you are in a new area, you will need to know their key or hope you are in a place with unrestricted access. :)
(If you didnt know, If you have a PS3 you can connect to it REMOTELY through your PSP if you register them together, and watch movies downloaded to your PS3, listen to music, look at your pictures, about everything but play games that you have on your PS3. From just about anywhere in the world that you have internet access through your PSP and your PS3 is connected. But that's a different matter! ;) )
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wep key
I would really love to help you BUT i need more info . Leme try assisting you somehow.
Dya have a computer directly connected to your Router ? You may want to access your router page and get your wireless info.
you must know your default gateway w/c is your routers address.
TO check def gateway go to run > cmd > ipconfig /all > then check your def gateway
If you have your def gateway > open your fav browser > type in the def gateway and youl have chance to view and edit your wireless settings.
leme know if this help
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
SOURCE: Whats my WEP key
WEP keys are keys provided by the router. It's basically a 10-58 letters / number code that you need in order to access a WEP enabled internet connection.
If it's your router then it's usually on the router itself.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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