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How can i use this wire to play online with my ps3 cause my wireless is too laggy for online play

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What you can do with the cat5 cables is plug the wire into the PS3 and the other end into your home router or switch. This might be a problem if your router or switch is in another room or so but it will most likely give you less lag.

Hope this helps, let me know if ya have problems connecting if you decide to use the cat5 wire but it should be about the same setup as using wireless.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

  • gboardnvidia Nov 11, 2008

    What you can do with the cat5 cables is plug the wire into the PS3 and the other end into your home router or switch. This might be a problem if your router or switch is in another room or so but it will most likely give you less lag.



    Hope this helps, let me know if ya have problems connecting if you decide to use the cat5 wire but it should be about the same setup as using wireless.

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