I am able to connect to the internet on my ps3 via my router but for some reason i keep getting a dsn error 80710102 showing up, i have tried updating my firmware on the router but there is not any latest firmware available, could you help me
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- This error is caused by an issue with the PlayStation 3 not being able to connect to your router. Ensure your internet connection is up and running. Restart your router. Check to see if your router settings are correct, specifically IP settings. Try creating a new connection by accessing the Network Settings menu option on the PlayStation 3.
Hi, The "DNS error 80710102" is an error displayed on the Sony Playstation when attempting to connect to the Internet. It's a known problem for Playstation users, but the answer is to disable universal plug-n-play on the router. Thank you !!
The "DNS error 80710102" is an error displayed on the Sony Playstation
when attempting to connect to the Internet. It's a known problem for
Playstation users, but the answer is to disable universal plug-n-play
on the router.
Step1 Open a browser window and enter the router's IP address into the navigation bar. For most routers, the default IP address is 192.168.1.1. Step 2 Enter the username and password used to access the router. Press "OK" and the console application will be shown in the browser window. Step 3 Click the "Password" tab. The UPnP settings are located in the same window as the router's password settings. Step 4 Select "Disable" from the box labeled "UPnP" and click the "Save" button. Close the router's console window. Start the Playstation machine and connect to the Internet.
I had this problem at least once a month. Try these things out.
1. Make sure any WEP codes are entered EXACTLY as it is for your router.
2. Set up your router so only your PC connected to it can change any settings.
3. Turn off your PC while trying to connect via PS3 WiFi. The good ole Win update likes to download without you knowing it sometimes.
4. If all else fails, call Sony cause you may have a bad WiFi antenna or motherboard.