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Oct 08 2007
By: DARK_JAK_911 Fender Bender 3091 posts
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DNS error 80710102....What does it mean?

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Well, I tried to log onto my PSN account just about 5 minutes ago to play an online game of Resistance, and I got a DNS error 80710102. What exactly does this mean? How can I fix it?
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Uncharted Territory
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Oct 8, 2007
I dunno....ask Sony... 
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Oct 8, 2007
it means reset your modem... connection error!  Unplug your modem for 15 seconds, then retry, if it still doesnt work unplug it again! and repeat!
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Jun 28, 2008

Well I've been through it,  if you get a dns error for me it was because the firewall was blocking me out so you have to call sony to figure out what your TCP and UDP port numbers are and call your internet service provider: (comcast, verizon, etc.).  And it should be fixed!

 

This is not 100% effective, I'm not sure yet because I haven't tried it yet.

 

I'll update you on this.

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Jun 28, 2008
first off this should probably be in the playstation network forum, you might get better answers that way as well as good search results. anyways yes as said before it is a probablem with the firewall in your router. Probably cause you have NAT type 3. You can check your NAT type by going under network settings and clicking check network settings. you will probably have to assign you ps3 a static ip adress and DMZ the ip of the ps3 you assigned it from your router settings.
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