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Re: My PS3 has no NAT Type!!
There is something known as NAT strict that can happen due to many reasons , NAT or network address translator helps in converting the WAN ip address to LAN side IP address or public to private ipaddress . In a case of NAT strict or no NAT type ur PS3 or the router to which you have connected the PS3 is not able to convert the IP address... Solution: try logging on to the router manager or PS3 settings and enable the NAT ( it would be in a disabled state or DMZ ( de militarized zone ) state ).... If the nat is already enabled Then try to manually configure NAT by opening the port numbers on the router manager or PS3. Port numbers can of UP or TCP protocol depending upon the games ur tyring to play.... If u donno how u do it then contact sony or the people who gave u the router or ur ISP
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Nat 3 is the result of being hooked into a router without being properly setup for data transfer. essentially it is restrictive.
There are 3 ways to change your Nat type to type 2 or 1. (Nat type 2
meaning that it is properly setup without restrictions behind a router,
and Nat 1 being a direct connection to the Internet).
1.) Hook the PS3
directly into the modem will result in a Nat type 1, but of course that
means disconnecting everything but the ps3 and that's an unnecessary
2.) Going into the router settings and Port Forwarding the PS3's necessary ports to the Ps3's ip address.
3.) Probably the simplest (on most routers) and most effective is to
go into the router and set the PS3's ip address in the DMZ
(DeMilitarized Zone), essentially the router doesnt have any say from
what comes and goes to the Ps3, which is good so the connection isn't
Even though the modem could be working fine you still might have to do a factory reset on the modem. I know from personal experience that someisp providers **** for PS3 online gaming on of them is Verizon FIOS or that use to be there name. It may have gotten better by now since the company change.
Nat type is actually defined by your isp..(internet service provider) some companies do not actually support gaming and therefore their service is considered "strict" by ps3 standards for multiplayer gaming online. You may have to reconfigure your pc internet security settings on the computer itself...possibly logging into your router/modem. If this is not helpful or u are unsure of how to do this, contact your isp and explain to them you want the nat type changed...basically they will either not be able to at all and then u need a new isp or they can do it in a matter of minutes and ur nat type will change and give u full access to ps3 online within a matter of hours...hope it helps and u get back to gaming!
1. in the internet address bar type in 192.168.1.1 or routerlogin.net 2. enter admin and password in the fields 3. your now in your routers setup 4. find a setting called nat 5. set it to open instead of secure
this changes your nat type to 2 if that doesnt work
1. login to router as usual, but find a setting called default dmz server 2. enter the IP address of your PS3 as the dmz server (to see what your ps3's ip is go to network > connection settings and have a look.
this should definitley make it a nat 2 - but try the first method
it could be what type of router are you using? Are you able to sign into the playstation network? You could try setting up a static ip address on your ps3 and setting it as a dmz server. This will open up all ports for your ps3 and should enable you to play games. It should be a workaround for upnp. If you tell me what router make and model your using i can tell you how to do this.
ERROR CODE (80710092) can mean incorrect password, incorrect user name or bad internet connection check your user name and password and if that doesn't work then disconnect your ps3 from the internet and then reconnect