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If you have a separate base station password, you may have more than one of these. It appears that the Airport setup utility was cutting off my WPA2 password after a certain point. Please Reply With Quote 12-28-2009,03:10 AM #14 billyd View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Dec 28, 2009 Posts 1 How do I change my password? Durden Fresh-Faced Recruit Join Date:Apr 2007 Status: Offline May 12, 2007, 09:50 AM Hi Morsmordre. check my blog

I posted in the apple support communities. Your IP address 2. What a mission! Created Wired Connection (PS3-to-DSL) as normal. 2.

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I tried manually assigning an IP address and entering everything else manually for a wireless setup and it still won't connect wirelessly....does anyone have any ideas at all what could possibly Used the terminal screen to get the following static information. My old router's crapping out on me now. "No. It just doesn't seem to want to work.

Now what i need to know is.. because of this, i switched my ps3 to wired - ran a cat6 cable from the airport extreme to the ps3, and now, my speeds are even worse. Reply With Quote 12-04-2009,03:59 PM #12 Jacky B View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Dec 04, 2009 Posts 1 PS3 vs. Was the shortened password in the Airport setup or the PS3?

I just went through a similar sequence of problems last night: boyfriend hooks up our new PS3 to our Airport Express (also connected to a cable modem), which has a MacBook TornadoTJ is offline Quote post #5 of 16 Old 01-10-2013, 08:47 AM shadowlock Advanced Member Join Date: Aug 2007 Posts: 725 Mentioned: 1 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: When I set up the network connection the PS3 will successfully "Obtain IP address" but it fails to connect to the internet due to a "DNS error". If you're using OS X's internet sharing, you will need your WEP key to be exactly thirteen characters in length for 128-bit encryption or eight characters in length for 64-bit encryption,

I noticed most people used subnet mask number 255.255.255.0 when they were manually inputing info on the PS3 network set up screen. Send us an email b. When I first tried to set up the internet settings I selected automatic but after several IP timeouts I realized that wasn't going to work. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

In there you should see a list of DNS servers assigned to your ISP. click site Before today, I didn't know that 10.x.x.x wasn't my *real* IP address (it's the one handed out by the Airport once you have a network set up; if you had a Here's what I've done so far: I'm not using Airport, as by all accounts it simply doesn't work with the PS3. Any insight as to what I should try to do?

Every time. I am using a Airport Extreme and Airport Express on OS10.1.10. Ultra Hi-End HT Gear ($20,000+) D-cinema Equipment and Theaters High Dynamic Range (HDR) & Wide Color Gamut (WCG) Screens news My iPad will get 50 down, but the Vita is at 2...

Nov 3, 2016 History in Under 90 Seconds: Critiquing the Barry and Jackie Trailers Nov 2, 2016 Keegan-Michael Key to Host 2016 IFP Gotham Awards Ceremony Nov 2, 2016 Filmmaker Click I have a linksys G-router. I don't even know the DNS address for my ISP, i'm pretty sure it's automatic.

I also tried hardwire to it....and nothing....

When I tried to set it up again, I discovered that I had forgotten the procedure I had done before. I've worked REALLY hard on getting my connection rock-solid stable. I watched the entire Netflix catalog of Top Gear, and it drove me nuts that I couldn't pause and resume it exactly where I wanted unless I backed out to the Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

IP: 10.0.2.4 Router 10.0.2.1 DNS 10.204.32.43 The PS3 found the connection, used the static information and now connects successfully to net. I've worked REALLY hard on getting my connection rock-solid stable. Last thing I watched on Netflix was Skyline (meh), spread out over 2 days, 5-6 pm on a Wednesday & finished it up very early Sunday morning (6-7 am). More about the author When I set up the network connection the PS3 will successfully "Obtain IP address" but it fails to connect to the internet due to a "DNS error".