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Re: When i try to connect to the internet on my psp it...
Hi!At This Time :I use WPA PSK encryption simply because it is the only one i can work out how to set up and the PSP will not support this which is why i disable encryption while using it!But :i had that error. wut I did was (u can do this from in the game or in network settings) delete the one that should be working. did it all over again and this time I scanned for a connection. when I found my connection, I used it. and i redid the connection and it worked when I tried it again.Fix-sha0w
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Try power-cycling the router (unplug and plug back in). Make sure wifi is enabled on psp (green light @ bottom left, toggle switch is on bottom left of psp). Also, when typing in encryption key, make sure the encryption protocol settings on the psp are the same as what your psp is broadcasting. So if your router is broadcasting WPA/WPA2 encryption, make sure psp is set to that. Hope this helps.
Follow these steps to find your PSP IP(Only works if you are connected to the internet):
1. Go to the "Internet Browser" Click it
2. Go to the tool box icon "Tools".
3. Highlight "Display Connection Status" and then click it.
4. Scroll down to see your PSP IP/Mac Adress.
Every device connected to the public internet is assigned a unique number known as an internet protocol (IP) address. IP addresses consist of four numbers separated by periods(also called a 'dotted-quad') and look something like 127.0.0.1
since these numbers are usually assigned to internet service providers with region based blocks, an IP address can often be used to identify the region or country from which a computer is connecting to the internet. an IP adress can sometimes be used to show the users general location because the numbers may be tedious to deal with, an IP adress may also be assigned to a host name, which is sometimes easier to remember hostnames may be looked up to find IP adresses,and vice-versa. at one time ISPs issued one IP adress to each user. These are called static IP addresses. beacuse there is a limited number of IP adresses and with increased usage of the internet ISPs now issue IP adresses in a dynamic fashion out of a pool of IP addresses (using DHCP). these are referred to as dynamic IP addresses. This also limits the ability of the user to host websites mail servers, ftp servers, etc. in addition to users connecting to the internet with virtual hosting,a single machine can act like multiple machines (with multiple domain names and IP addresses).
You need to match the security settings on the Wifi router. I do not know what security is set up on your Wifi, so I cannot accurately solve this problem. I have my router set to WEP with a passcode. On the PSP, I tell the network setup that the wifi is WEP and put in a passcode to match the Wifi routers security. If you have the passcode wrong, the IP address part will fail. Just find out the security type and passcode, then set up the PSP's network connection to match.