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Why would you want to? Dial up is so terribly slow for just Internet browsing; I imagine for playing games online it'd be even worse (if it even lets you connect with such a slow connection).
That being said, you obviously can't direct connect dial up to the PS3. There isn't a port for that. Instead you'll have to do a work around involving a PC/laptop with a dial-up modem/port and an Ethernet port on it. You'll also need and Ethernet cable.
Basically the plan is to connect to dial up using your laptop/PC, then share the connection on it from the dial-up port to the Ethernet port. The PS3 would then connect to the Internet through your computer. Not ideal, but then again having only dial up isn't an ideal situation to begin with.
Here's some specific guides on the matter: http://www.instructables.com/id/PS3-On-Dialup/ http://www.ehow.com/how_6515109_play-ps3-online-broadband.html
Here's some generic guides on ICS (Internet connection sharing) on Windows: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306126 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Using-ICS-Internet-Connection-Sharing
Here's a link for sharing Internet connections on a Mac (if Mac's even have a dial-up port, I honestly don't know how old you'd have to go to get one with it): http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.5/en/8156.html
Using Xbox Live on Dial up Modem would be a big pain, still listing the steps for you, hope you have a stable connection to successfully connect
- Windows ME, XP, Vista - PC with dial-up connection working - Ethernet Cable (RJ45) cable or CROSSOVER CABLE - Xbox 360
Let's Get Started
1. First connect the Xbox 360 and the PC using the Ethernet cable. 2. Double Click your Dial-up Network connection and wait for it to connect. 3. Choose "Start Menu" and then choose "Settings" then "Control Panel". 4. Select "Network and Internet Connections". 5. Open the "Network Setup Wizard" and then press "Next". 6. On the next screen Ignore the checklist and press "Next" again. 7. Select "This Computer connects directly to the internet." and press "Next". 8. Now Select your dial-up internet connection as your default connection to the Internet and press "Next". 9. Select "Local Area Connection" as your private connection and leave all other areas untouched and click "Next". 10. On the Workgroup screen leave all settings alone and click the "Next" button. 11. On the next screen Turn on "File and Printer Sharing" if you want to share your files, mp3's, divx files with your xbox 360 and click "Next". 12. Now review the settings and click "Next" to apply the changes. 13. You do not need to run the Network Setup Wizard on any other pc's so just click "Next" and continue.
Now that the wizard has completed you may need to reboot your PC and dial your internet connection again.
Xbox 360 Setup
Now we have configured your PC to share its internet connection and files to your Xbox 360 we need to configure the Xbox 360.
(Steps for old Xbox 360 Dashboard, in case you do not have NXE dashboard)
1. Go to the "Xbox 360 Dashboard". 2. Select the "System" Blade. 3. Select the "Network Settings" Option 4. Now choose "Test Xbox LIVE Connection".
Your Xbox 360 will now attempt to contact your home network. It will check to make sure it can assign itself a IP ADDRESS from your PC and then it will also check DNS server information and XBOX LIVE.
let me know if this helps
have u got a modem to your laptop or pc so it will stop the phine interferring with the internet connection. if u dont have a modem and your laptops a dial up connection the phone WILL make u *** offline. i would buy a router or ask a computer man to fix a modem to your internet wires so the phone wont take u offline.
Dial up is NOT recommended. I honestly do not think it would even work. DSL and broadband work great. If you get DSL or broadband you would need your original ethernet cord and hook up the PS3 from your router. If you go wireless then you would need a wireless router.
I hope this helps. Good luck.