Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
There may be a few things that are wrong:
1. Your headset may be faulty.
2. You may need to configure your router.
First, make your IP address static.
If you do not know how to do this, then there is a guide here.
After that, you will need to go into your Router's Control Panel.
You can do this one of two ways:
1. Go to Start --> Run. Type in "cmd".
Once the command box opens, type in: "ipconfig /all"
Find the "Default Gateway" and paste it into your browser.
You will be prompted for a username and password, which you would have set when you installed the router.
2. Go to http://whatismyip.org and find out what your external IP address is. Copy the address, and paste it into your browser.
Once you have logged into your Router's control panel, look for "Port Forwarding" or "DMZ".
When you get onto the page, add a new record.
Use the static IP address you used earlier, and set the record to "DMZ".
[[DMZ open ALL ports on that IP address, allowing incomming and outgoing traffic to pass in and out of the computer]]
This should allow the headset to work, however if it doesn't, it may be faulty.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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