I have clear as a provider my ps3 is connected via ethernet to the clear provided modem with no router and I am constantly being signed off with the error code 8002ad23 I've tryed to look up the solution and fix it my self but to no avail any assistance is appreciated! The nat tyep is 2 when the ps3 configures itself automatically despite it being wired to the modem I've also manually entered the ip address with a static address
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Some ISPs (Internet Service Providers) limit you to *ONE* unique computer connected through the cable-modem (or DSL-modem).
Turn the cable-modem off.
Turn the router off.
Connect the cable-modem to the router, via an Ethernet cable to the 'WAN' port on the router.
Turn the cable-modem on.
Turn the router on.
Connect, via an Ethernet cable, from one of the 'LAN' ports on the router to your computer.
Restart your computer.
You should be OK.
If not, telephone your ISP, and get them to trouble-shoot from "their" end towards your end.
I have researched your issue and found that people who were experiencing the 8013031B error message resolved the issue in a few different ways.
1. Try rebooting your internet connection. You can do this by turning off the ps3 and disconnecting the the power from both the modem and router. wait 1 minute then plug the power back into the modem. Wait for the modem to establish a connection to your internet service provider (typically takes between 2 and 4 minutes). after the modem gets a connection plug in your router and wait for the router to connect to the modem (typically 1 to 2 minutes). Then power your ps3 on and retest.
If your still getting the same issue try bypassing your router. If this fixes the problem then there is a issue with the router. Your best bets are to try updating the firmware on the router and or resetting the router to it's defaults.
If none of the above steps resolve your issue then try resetting your ps3 to it's system defaults. This will cause you to lose all your data so be sure to back it up first on a usb drive.
Please post a follow up to let me know how this goes for you. If possible please rate the solution I have provided. Thanks.
Try getting a router that has one in/4 out between modem n voip. Your voip unit should have an RJ45 connector to connect to router, not your computer. The USB connector might be to connect the voip to a different type of router, and will not be used. The 2 phone connectors are for two different phone lines that your voip provider can provide you with.
You need to connect a router to the cable modem. The router then gets an IP address from Comcast and provides a gateway between the computers connected to the router.
The modem expects to communicate with a single Ethernet device, and provides an IP address to the first device that provides a piece of data called a MAC address. By placing a router in-between, the router gets the IP address that lets you communicate on the Internet. It provides local IP addresses to the equipment connected to the local Ethernet and "routes" those to the Internet. You can either hook your two devices into the router if it has enough ports, or hook you switch to the router and hook your PC and PS3 into the switch.
Error Code: 109144
There was a problem registering the console to the WiiConnect24 service. What to do:
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if your connecting directly to the modem, make sure to restart the modem by unplugging the power of it and plug it back after 30sec.then plug in the ethernet. if your connecting to a router, just plug in the ethernet in to ports at the back of the router. after doing this, on your ps3 put all setting to auto and if it doesn't work. call your internet provider and get the info from them.
Well, I'm not completely sure how to help exactly. This problem sometimes prompts as "DNS" error followed by an error code. If it displays a DNS error, then your problem is that the PS3 cannot find the modem (and router if you have it connected that way).
DNS errors on the PS3 simply means that it cannot find (see) the modem/router.
One way of correcting this would be to reset your modem (and router if you have it connected that way)by unplugging it (from wall and power port). Keep it unplugged for 1 minute or so. Power down your PS3 at the same time.
Plug in your modem (and router if you have it connected that way) and allow for it to reset.
Now power on your PS3 and go to the network settings and establish a new wired connection. Follow the prompts and test the connection afterwards.
Mind you, this is a general means to solving the problem. Try this first to see if you are successful.
I do hope that this helps you.
Let me verify your network configuration with you. You have your modem connected to the WAN/Internet port of your router via an ethernet cable and then your PC connected to your router via another ethernet cable, correct?
If this is your setup, then try this:
Unplug the power cord from the modem & router
Plug the power cord into the modem and wait for it to boot up (most modems have an "Internet/Connection" light to indicate they are connected to the ISP)
Plug in the power to the router, wait for it to complete the bootup process (usually when the lights stop flashing it's done), and see what happens.
1. First of all, connect your routers Internet/WAN port to your cable/DSL modem. 2. Configure your router with the settings your Internet Service Provider gave you. The router usually needs to be configured via either a install disc or it's internal webpage. Look up it's default IP and type it into your browser after: http://
(If you don't know them, call their tech. support).
3. Make sure the internet connection works.
4. Look up the settings for a DHCP server and make sure it's on. This will give all the devices connected to the router an IP address within the range or scope you set in there.
5. Connect your PS3 to one of the other ports of the router.
6. Go to your PS3's network settings, make a new connection and set everything to Automatic. Your PS3 will "ask" your router for it's settings.
7. Run a connection test.
8. If test succeeded you should be on your way.
P.S. If you need help configuring your router I will need more information about it. It's brand, it's type etc.
It really depends on what "modem" Orange provided you with and how your personal PC is connected to the modem.
If the "modem" provided by Orange uses WiFi (such as Livebox) networking, then it is a matter of setting up your daighter's laptop to access and use the Livebox WiFi Network. In this case no router is needed since your modem is also a router.
If your PC is connected via Ethernet port to the "modem" and Orange's "modem" is a single Ethernet output port, you would need an AP/Router (Wireless since I am presuming the your daughter's laptop would be accessing the Internet wirelessly) such as the LinkSys WRT54G.
If your PC is connected via USB port to the "modem" and Orange's "modem" has only a USB output port (no Ethernet), you need to make your PC as the default gateway/software router and share your PC's Internet connection. If you are connecting your daughter's laptop using Ethernet cable, then you don't need a WiFi AP/Router but an ordinary hub. If on the other hand the new laptop would connect wirelessly, you would still need something like the WRT54G.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post again how things turned out or should you need additional information.