Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Im new on this can you help me connect internet on my psp
What you will need.
1. network password to your wireless.
2. if you are doing it manually then you will need the ip address of the router.
Lets stick to the first one for now.
- there is a switch to turn on your wLan on the psp. Turn this on then navigate to internet on your psp, search for your wireless router and enter the appropriate encrpytion u are using eg. wep, wpa etc then enter the network key.
wait a few secs while it connects and you are online.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
AOSS = Airstation One-touch Secure System
it's a propriatary solution from buffalo technology (www.buffalotech.com) for securely negotiating a wireless link to a base station.
experienced techies may say "big deal." true. but consider the layman who opens their new laptop and wants to link it to their wireless dsl router at home. WEP? AES? TKIP? huh?! enough alphabet soup to scare off the timid.
AOSS removes the user from having to know any of this. it automagically determines and configures the most secure connection. that older laptop that only supports WEP? no problem. AOSS configs the keys. that newer media station in the upstairs bedroom? AOSS will set up everything to use TKIP or AES.
NB- all this requires you have a buffalo tech AOSS wifi router AND a wireless adaptor driver that supports it too.
For connecting the PSP to internet you need a internet connection with wireless router
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
Error Codes : (80110404), (80410A0B), (8008273A)
Its because of ....
- Possible device/software malfunction
+ Restart device / take out the battery
+ Restore default settings
+ If none of this works, you can send it back to SONY.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
You need to get to the main menu from wherever you are on your PSP. You can do that by pressing the Home button, a tiny button just to the lower left of the screen.
Now you'll want to move left (pressing the "<" button) until you get to Settings, then down (pressing the "V" button) until you get to Network Settings:
Now you'll have two choices: "Ad Hoc" is when you want to connection two PSPs together with any sort of Internet wifi base station / access point involved, and "Infrastructure Mode" is when you connect to your local wifi device. The infrastructure mode is what you want.
You'll probably only have the one choice of New Connection, but if you don't, choose it anyway:
First option is to specify a mnemonic connection name. The default here is "Connection 2" but yours might be "Connection 1", or similar. I recommend you actually enter a different name so you'll be able to remember what location works where.
To enter a new connection name, press the "X" button and you'll get to the "keyboard" screen:
When you're done struggling to enter your selected name :-) move to the green "Enter" box and press the "X" button. Now you'll be ready for the big important step: a Network Scan:
If everything's working well with your device and you've turned on the WLAN switch (How to turn on the PSP WLAN Switch) you'll see the following status message:
Hopefully, you'll see at least one network listed, if not more. If you don't see any networks, then you're out of luck. If the only networks you see have some sort of security setting, either WPA or WEP, then you must know the security password to access that network.
Once you're ready, the next step you'll want to take is to select an access point:
In this case I'm going to select Steve Hardesty since it's the strongest network with the Security setting of "None":
Now you'll have a chance to confirm your security setting from the different choices. Notice that the default is just about always the correct choice, which you can select by pushing the ">" button again and again:
Now you can also step right past the Address Settings:
You'll get a confirmation screen that shows all the settings you've specified:
Press the ">" button again, and you'll be able to save your settings
That's what you'll want to do: press "X".
Now, the most important step in the process - to Test Connection.
You'll most definitely want to do this! Press "X" to start the test...
If your test succesfully passed then you are online. If you failed start from step one.
Please rate my answer. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
The SSID is the NAME of your Routers connection. So you need to know your WiFi connections Name, That's the "Access point" Security, Is IF you assigned a WEP/WAP KEY, when the router was first setup. If NO Key is set, that is what it means "Unsecured",
You need to get a Netgear router manual, for your exact model, it shows all in pictures how to do it.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
SOURCE: PSP WIL NOT WORK..HELP!
If you have no wireless internet inside your house, then you can not get online.
However if you do, then go to the internet browser on the psp and try to search for google or some website. As it tries to connect hit the circle button to cancel the connection then it asks what connection to use. Select new connection and scan for your wireless internet. There may be a password, there may not. But go through everything. If you get through everything, you can have fun on the internet with the 4in. screen now. =D
Posted on May 17, 2010
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