Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
If you are using a router DNS problems are frequent. To find you DNS setting use you PC to locate it by directly plugging in to your cable modem. Go to Network connections and click on the LAN connection then click on properties or details. It will give you a list of setting. Find the one that says dns 4. That is you ISP's DNS (modems DNS). Take this code and plug back in your router. You can communicate with your router by typing http//192.168.1.1 or http//192.168.2.1. When your router page comes up click on the DNS and uncheck the box that say automatically get DNS. Input the DNS setting number that you got from your cable modem. Make sure you let it take the time to save. This should resolve your DNS error is you are routing the signal. Peace out.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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