Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
You probably have your router connected to your modem, and a PC connected wired/wireless, and the ps3 connected wired/wireless.
1. First you need to start your ps3 system. Go to your network settings and select information. Write down your IP, Subnet mask, Standard Gateway, and the primary DNS.
2. Start your PC and go to your networks settings. Right click your network adapter, click properties. Select "Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4). Click properties and type in manually the IP adress, Subnet mask, Standard gateway and DNS.
Then you click "Advanced" and then you click "WINS" then "Activate NetBIOS over TCP/IP". Save your settings and connect the ps3 to your network (should not make a difference if you do it wired or wirelessly)
Let me know if this helped and please do rate my solution.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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