Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Change some of the settings in your router's web based settings page so that the DHCP server time out request is set to either auto or something like that.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
If your ip timed out go into your modem in the browser bar on your computer type the address for it it should be three unmbers then . then three more . then one then. the three more as ollows 000.000.0.000 this should bring up your page for the modem user and password should be admin then go to expert mode or settings then go into LAN settings find wireless connection and change wep to none or no privacy if a yellow triangle pops up in right corner click it and save if not then find the save link then rest your modem and rests psp to factory and start connection over with out wep this should do it.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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When you put the IP address in you also have to add your DNS settings. easiest way to find your DNS server address is to use an XP based machine and type "ipconfig /all" it will list all of the properties of your computers network card. thake those DNS address' and plug them into your PS3.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Try resetting your modem and router. wait 15 seconds then plug modem in then the router. Then plug your system back in. That should do it.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Click "Start" on your computer. Then select "Run." Windows Vista users can type in the word "run" to pull up the program. After you open the program, type "CMD." Type "IPCONFIG" on the command prompt and press "Enter." The screen will display your network settings. Write the number down next to the line "Default Gateway." Close the "Run" program and open a new Internet browser on your computer. Type the DNS number you wrote down into the address bar and hit "Enter." You'll be taken to a site for setting up your connection.
Click the menu selection on the right side of the screen that says "Wireless." Next click the option for registering a new station. Name the new station and you will be asked for the Mac address. Power on your PSP and select "Network Connection." The console will show the Mac address under the network settings. Enter this address into your computer browser.
Submit the information and your PSP will be a registered device. Now connect to the Internet with the handheld and you will not receive the error.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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