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My PSP internet connection not supported to my access point.

I trying to connect my psp to internet.(WIFI)
I`ve done the following instructions but in step: that i need to chose the access point,in the screen say:
SSID:(account name)
Security:(not supported)
signal streght: (100%)
im have NETGEAR router.150mbps
please help me how to fix or be connected to internet. Thank you

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  • fabian garcia Sep 25, 2013

    its the same thing that mine says but i dont know what to do

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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.

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  • David A Feb 02, 2011

    Ok, he needed to know why the security on his connection was not supported, "HE WAS NOT ASKING WHY IT SAYS AN UNSECURED CONNECTION, OR ANY QUESTION WITH THAT REFERENCE." The reason the security is not supported is because the format of the security encryption is not supported by the PSP, in lamer terms, you need to change the type of security you are currently using on the router, try changing the method of security on the router to WPA/ Personal or WEP for a longer password if deemed necessary, for most routers you can open your internet explorer and type in this IP address to access your settings 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1 or 192.168.1.100 try any of these three addresses and if no luck just try to locate the Manuel for the router best of luck, www.htcsvc.com

  • David A Feb 02, 2011

    Ok, he needed to know why the security on his connection was not supported, "HE WAS NOT ASKING WHY IT SAYS AN UNSECURED CONNECTION, OR ANY QUESTION WITH THAT REFERENCE." The reason the security is not supported is because the format of the security encryption is not supported by the PSP, in lamer terms, you need to change the type of security you are currently using on the router, try changing the method of security on the router to WPA/ Personal or WEP for a longer password if deemed necessary, for most routers you can open your internet explorer and type in this IP address to access your settings 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1 or 192.168.1.100 try any of these three addresses and if no luck just try to locate the Manuel for the router best of luck, www.htcsvc.com

  • adriennedrake Apr 25, 2012

    ive tried that but it says the characters you enterd are not valid
    what is the wep key

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I have 1001 psp when i want to open network on the psp i make scan and i see my network but i cant click on it and under security it says not supported

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PSP doesn't support PKA2, change it to WEP or PKA

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