01-05-2011 06:51 PM
I just now traded my old DS to a older model PSP the 1001 series. I have connected wireless before back when I had my old psp and a different modem. I am trying now to connect with a NetGear WNR2000v2 router.
The PSP is detecting the router and I've got a 100% signal strength but it will not connect. The wireless network does have a security key and the laptop will connect. My PS3 is connected wired to the router btw.
I scan and it picks up the network as WPA-PSK (TKIP); it picks up the SSID. I choose WLAN security setting WPA-PSK (TKIP) and enter in the passcode and it will not connect. I've tried switching to the WPA-PSK (AES) which is what the laptop connectiion says and it still doesn't connect.
I've already updated to the latest firmware as well. I just want to download Tetris....can I connect the PSP to the PS3 and do that?
Sorry about all the questions.
01-05-2011 06:58 PM
01-05-2011 07:09 PM
01-06-2011 08:42 PM
Okay I've looked through the board and tried to figure out what's going on here with this PSP. If I completely disable the security then the PSP connects just fine. One message said that WPA2-PSK (AES) is the best to use with the PSP but when I try that the PSP says the security is not supported. I traded a ds to this psp so its not new. The ps3 will connect; just changed the password.
I don't know what to do: Do I do a restore on the PSP? And then update the firmware again? I'm running the latest firmware on the PSP and it installed fine.
01-21-2011 03:47 AM
I also bought a used PSP but its a GO, but I have exactly the same problem as you I'm trying to find a fix to this, the only difference I tried was connecting to a router that doesnt support N and WPA2-PSK when i did that it connected. But my primary router is a b/g/n with WPA2/PSK AES and it will not connect to the router
01-22-2011 08:20 PM
The PSP supports WPA, but not WPA2. For maximum security and speed, use WPA-PSK (AES).
dragon672, if you don't have any wireless n devices, try the mixed b/g mode instead of b/g/n mode. The PSP-1000 is a wireless b device. Maybe there is an incompatibility with wireless b, wireless security, and your mixed b/g/n network.