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Mar 15 2011
By: El-Sir First Son 13 posts
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The router in use may not support IP fragments, and the communication features of some games may be restricted?

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The router in use may not support IP fragments, and the communication features of some games may be restricted?

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Re: The router in use may not support IP fragments, and the communication features of some games may be restricted?

Mar 16, 2011

Try a firmware update for the router.

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Mar 16, 2011

I don't use router

I have an usb internet modem plug into a pc, I share this connection

I connect from pc to playstation 3 with Ethernet cable

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Mar 16, 2011

In that case, you might be stuck with the error message until you get internet access by other means (i.e. cable, DSL).

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Mar 16, 2011

Did you mean I should buy a router?

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Mar 16, 2011

No, I mean you might be stuck with that error message until you switch to a different internet service provider that doesn't use a cellular network. There are 3G wireless routers, but if the connection restriction is on your ISP's side, then you'll still get that error.

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Mar 16, 2011

Ok, I will try it

Thank you very much =)

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Jul 23, 2011

i have this message on my ps3 and im trying to get it off so i can get nat type 2. I use a modem and a router and I cant think of what to do to get this message off. If a router does not support ip fragments, does that mean i cant get nat type 2 ever??? Please reply, thanks.

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Jul 23, 2011

Hi Mick,

Your problem was being addressed in your other thread. Have you called your ISP yet?

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Jul 24, 2011

no, im not going to worry about it, im getting another modem/router when i have the money.

I should be getting a Bigpond ADSL Home Network Gateway Modem, its costing $100 and i should have enough money sometime during the next couple of weeks. This is the one my friend has and he has NAT type 2, thats without changing any settings, besides things like passwords ect. And it's wireless.

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