PS3 Internet Connection/Upgrade System/Online Play
I have a ps3 and a belkin wifi wireless G Router. I fixed both my system settings and internet settings on my ps3. But strangely i can get on the internet but, i couldnt upgrade my system so i fixed that by going over to my friends house and upgrading it on his internet connection. The main problem i have now is everytime i get on the playstation network to play online it kicks me off and it says ERROR Trying to set client stat number 290 while connected to a server(clcState=9)
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192.168.2.1 in your internet browser, and mess around with the settings. like the firewall on the ps3. You can find the ps3 IP under system information. The router more then likely named your ps3 by its ip. then look up a video on how to port forward your ps3 with your router.
There should be no HDMI cable to router. In any situation.
Try the following:
Turn off PS3 system.. 1: Reset your
modem by unplugging it from the main power source. 2: After a few
minutes, plug modem power back into modem. Allow all connections to
configure 3: Turn on PS3 system. 4: Go to "Settings"
then scroll all the way down to "Network Settings" 5:
Make sure that the "internet connection" (the second menu)
is "Enabled" 6: Go to "Internet Connection
Settings" and choose the appropriate settings. (What's highlighted is going to be the best option, continue to hit the right button on the analog to go through the stages.)
Be sure to choose "Wireless" when configuring the settings if you are using wi fi for connectivity.
Actually you don't need to forward ports when playing online games. The router should automatically locate the ports for the game because it has UPnP function. Here's what you can do. Disable the port forwarding and DMZ that you set on the router. Look for the UPnP function of the router and disable, Save it. Enable it again, then save. Now power cycle your router. If you have Static IP on the PS3 network settings, try to set it first to automatic IP and automatic DNS.
Yes, using a longer ethernet cord will work, but the PS3 has a bult-in WiFi card that can connect to any wireless router (you can buy a wireless router from a computer store like BestBuy).
If you are going to buy a wireless router, see if a wireless G-mimo or wireless N with signal boost is within your budget. Try looking through the network settings to see if you can connect through the wireless router.
Or just get a longer ethernet cord and run it directly to the PS3 from the router. Ethernet cords are the most reliable connection, granted you are on a good internet connection, they won't get interference from things like mobile phones, cordless phones, microwaves, TV's etc.
I have both the PS3 and Xbox 360 and the only thing I like better about the PS3 is the free online game play and Blue-Ray. Other than that, they're even. Good luck and have fun online! If you find me (wraith0127) say hi! Don't forget to rate. Thank you!