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Navigate to your PSP's Main Menu. Choose "Settings" and then choose "Network Settings."
Choose "Infrastructure Mode" and then choose "New Connection." Enter a connection name for future reference, and press "X."
Choose "Scan" under WLAN Settings, and then choose the connection you'd like to try and connect to. The scanning will find wireless connections that are available in the area.
Enter the WEP key for your chosen wireless connection if it is secure. If it is not secure, it doesn't need a WEP key and you can connect to it directly.
Press "X" to save the connection set up, and then select "Test Connection" to make sure the connection is reliable. You will know it is successful if it says "Succeeded" next to the Internet Connection properties. If it has failed, try again with another connection or a different WEP key.
1.Install your wireless network adapter
in Windows XP with SP2. This process includes installing the proper
drivers for your wireless network adapter so it appears as a wireless
connection in Network Connections.
2.When the computer is within range of the wireless AP operating in your
home or small business, Windows XP should detect it and prompt you with
a Wireless networks detected message in the notification area of your
3. Click the notification message. If you are not notified, right-click
the wireless network adapter in Network Connections and click View
Available Wireless Networks. In either case, you should see a dialog box
with the name of the wireless connection.
4 Double-click your wireless network name. Windows XP will attempt to connect to your wireless network.
5.Because Windows XP has not been configured with the WEP encryption key
for your wireless network, the connection attempt will fail and Windows
XP will prompt you with a Wireless Network Connection dialog box. Type
the WEP key in Network key and Confirm network key, and then click
6.If the status message for your wireless network in the Wireless
Network Connection dialog box is Connected, you are done. If the status
message for your wireless network in the Wireless Network Connection
dialog box is Authentication did not succeed, click Change the order of
preferred networks in the list of Related tasks. From the Wireless
Networks tab of properties of your wireless network adapter, click the
name of your wireless network in Preferred networks, and then click
7.In Network Authentication, click Open. In Data encryption, click WEP.
In Network key and Confirm network key, type the WEP encryption key as
configured on the wireless AP.
8.In Key index, select the key index corresponding to the encryption key memory position as configured on the wireless AP.
9.Click OK to save changes to the wireless network.
Click OK to save changes to the wireless network adapter.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/network... or for broad band connection To create a broadband connection using PPPoE, use the following procedure:
Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then click Network Connections.
Under Network Tasks, click Create a new connection, and then click Next.
Click Connect to the Internet, and then click Next.
Click Setup my connection manually, and then click Next.
Click Connect using a broadband connection that requires a user name and password.
In the Connection Name dialog box, type the name of the ISP. This becomes the name of the connection. Click Next.
In the Internet Account Information
dialog box, type the user name and password. Additional checkboxes allow
you to specify whether this connection and its user name and password
is available to all users (selected by default), whether this connection
is your default Internet connection (selected by default), and whether
to enable the Internet Connection Firewall on the connection (enabled by
default). Make the appropriate selections, and then click Next.
In the Completing the Connection Wizard dialog box, review the settings. If you need to modify any of them, click Back as many times as necessary. If all the settings are correct, click Finish.
In the Connect dialog box, click Connect to attempt the connection
You need to remove all your existing preferred wireless connection from your Network and sharing Center by clicking the manage wireless networks and removing each one by right-clicking each and select remove.
In xp, open view available networks and click the change advanced settings and remove all existing preferred networks then try to connect again to the wireless network you're trying to connect.
It's probably a key with some sort of WPA encryption.
Ask whoever setup your router.
Alternately, if you setup the router but simply can't remember it, you can try logging into the router at 192.168.1.1 with the default user name and password, and can then change this key, or remove it.
if your wireless router has a firewall on it, it will send up that message. I had a problem like that with my Xbox. I had to go into the network setting on the console and put in the wireless router name, router number, etc.. You can also call SONY helpline,(should be inside the PS3 manual) Hope this helps.
It would help to have the name and model number of your router if possible (eg Netgear, Linksys?)
First, look at the router itself. Is there a label on the base of it? Sometimes this tells you the address you need to get at your wireless settings. It will look something like http://192.168.0.1 If you have a manual, you should find this info in there.
You need to type this address into a web browser, as if you were going to look at a web page (but note, there is no 'www' in the address).
If you succeed in doing this, a box pops up requesting your username and password. If you don't know this, again look at the base of the router or in the manual.
If you succeed in logging in to your router, you will see a menu where you can configure or change your settings. Come back if you don't get this far, or if you need more help at this point.
I believe you are referring to the network key set on the Belkinrouter. Since you do not have the code, you will have to access yourrouter's web interface. Let's begin with your router:
Using your working laptop, open Internet Explorer type 192.168.2.1 (default IP address of Belkin routers) press Enter. It will ask for a username and password - by default it'sadmin for both. If it does not accept admin, type in the username andpassword you set to your router when you installed it for the firsttime.
Once you open the setup page of the router, go to the Wireless tab ofthe router (located on the left side of the web interface. Look forSSID and WEP key or Network key (SSID is the name of your wireless network). Take note of the SSID and WEP keybecause you will need to set this on the XBOX console.
On the XBOX:
Open the dashboard settings - select Network Settings. Configure your XBOX to connect to your wireless network. When it ask for the network key - type in the code that you will see on the router's web interface.
Try the steps I mentioned, give us an update and I'll reply ASAP if you need further assistance.