Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
You put the WEP key that you would put into a laptop to get onto your network. You can find this key in your routers web based settings.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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.
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