Question about Belkin (F5D72304F5D7000) Router
I need your help please i am finding it hard to connect my psp to the router
You will first need to find the DNS setting which is probably 255.255.255.0 and IP address of your router, which is probably 192.168.2.1. Check your computers ip addresses which will be the next number up eg 192.168.2.2. You then need to go into the psp manual connection set up and use 192.168.2.5 as the psp ip address to be on the safe side and not duplicate an address. Set the dns primary and secondary server addresses as 255.255.255.0 and set the gateway address as 192.168.2.1( if that is your routers address, as the gateway is your router)
Posted on Mar 06, 2007
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The PSP can only connect to the internet through WIFI. You can ride around to find a hot spot, or go to an internet cafe'. I can go to the big sity nearby on main street and always pick up a hotspot. Run network connection to setup the wifi and connect. In your home you will need internet, and a router setup to broudcast Wifi. The USB port on your PSP is for loading up stuff like music Video and games. You could go online on your computer and go to www.playstation.com and download Music,Video, Wallpapers, Screenshots, and trial Games. Then hook up your PSP through the USB connection to load whatever you downloaded on your computer to the MagicGate Card in your PSP. WWW.Playstation.com also has the manual you can download under PSP and Support.
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