Re: ps3 won't connect wireless or thru the ethernet...any...
If you have the 20 Gig modle wireless is not built in. If you have another modle you'll need to go to the Network Settings on the PS3 and switch the mode to wireless... You can then run "easy setup" and test for connection. Make sure you define the correct security and key (such as 64 bit WEP if nessicary) in the PS3 Network settings.
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try turnig off all restrictions related. like , S.P.I. (statefull packet inspection) and try setting firewall setting for the address of the Xbox to "DMZ" . check setting of M.T.U. in router, adjust it to 1580
I have had this same problem with Qwest using a new iMac and MacBook on the Actiontec modem. Qwest did two things: first we reset the modem which was fairly simple and took only about 5 minutes. However, this fix lasts only a few weeks and it comes back. I have just ordered a new modem since there seems to be a problem with the Actiontec device with the newer high speed internet.
I'd try the reset before doing anything else. Good luck.
You need to sign into the dlink router and check the status tab, to make sure that the router has picked up the modems IP address. it sound like it hasn't, and is just assigning lan IPs to the client machines, butd oes not have a valid WAN IP to the internet.
If it hasnt got a wan ip, you want to do a hard boot on the router .unplug the router ONLY for 30 sec, and power back up the router only ...not the modem this should allow the router to find the modem IP
It sounds like you don't have the units connected properly. Make sure you have a cable(wired) from your ethernet card on your pc connected to a wired port on the router. Then plug your router from its yellow port into the modem. Make sure your modem is connected to its Internet interface. Plug in your modem and wait 60 seconds for it to power up. Then power up the router.
At this point you should be able to access the router with the supplied installation CD. Run the setup assistant and it will define your wireless network. When you are through you should have internet access through the wired network. When you are finished you should be able to use the wireless network assuming you have the card installed correctly and the software for the card correctly installed.