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make sure you have the Ps2 network adapter on your PS2. After that just simply connect and Ethernet cable to the back of the adapter. The other end of the cable goes to your router of course. Turn on router make sure you have a connection on your computer.( e.g. internet works) Then turn on your ps2, put in a game with online capabilities. Go to the online section of the game and create your account. And there you go, you should be connected. Keep in mind some ps2 online might not work they might of taken the servers done since PS3 is now primarily used online.
have you made a "network configuration file" ?.... you should have received a cd when you got your PS2, it should have something like Network Access Disk labeled on it somewhere, put that in your ps2, and just go through the prompts and do what it tells you to do... after you've saved the network configuration file to your memory card (uses something like 137Kb), now when you put in mercs2 and try and go online.. select the network connection you just made
To connect to the internetfor online gaming(you cannot surf the web with a PS2) you simply needto buy a "PS2 Network Adapter". It hooks to the back of your PS2 systembehind the removable plate, and you connect either a standard phoneline, or an Ethernet cable into it. A bonus is that there are nomonthly payments like the XBOX system, so all you have to do is buy theadapter and you are set.
Justbuy that adapter and follow the instructions that come with it. I willhave to warn you though, the PS2 online community is not linked to thePS3 online community, so there may not be many players to play againstsince most of them do not use the PS2 online anymore.
Hi Ali little master,
Ok, I do not have enough time to type everything out. There is too many variables to tell you everything, so my best advice is to tell you where to go to read up on networking the PS2. Go to this Url:
i hope this helps you,