I just bought the PS3 and encountered the same error from my 2nd connection onwards. Searched this forum and tried all suggested solution but none worked. My router is Linksys WRT45G ver 7 w latest firmware. Initially thought it was the router fault. I would shut down my pc overnight. Will experience PS3 internet connection problem 8013013D error. It will brick my router and force me to do a hard reset. Each time an hour wasted on getting PS3 connected and so far each time I cannot deduce the fault. Strong suspicion points to PS3's firmware itself. Hopefully someno can come up with a correct answer and solution soon.
I am having the same problem. I got my PS3 yesterday and updated its software with a wireless connection. After that I started up Motorstorm and almost immediately got the error "8013013d" in the upper right corner of the screen. After a reboot of router and PS3 I can stay online for 5 min. or so. This is f****g annoying! Is this something that the Sony-crew must fix or is it something with my router? Router: Linksys WRT54GX
Message Edited by punitiveduty on 11-01-200702:34 AM
I get it all the time, and I am hard wired. I have a WRT54GS, and after about 4 tries, I can connect to the network, but whenever I finish playing a game online and go back to the main PS3 screen, I'm disconnected. Also, I cannot get the latest download for Warhawk because of this, whenever it resets to start downloading, I lose connection. Ive always used this router with my PS2 and laptop, both with wired connections and never had this problem. So we agree we think its something with the PS3's software???
I just got out of this mess, nothing worked. No ISP, DNS numbers helped. Until I called my ISP and they reseted my modem in their system. It's not the same as you reset your modem in home. I did it like 100 times. If you get a dns error and your PS3 can't locate ISP adress on Easy(automatic) in Network settings, call your ISP. note: try connecting the PS3 to the modem without router or switch and unplug your modem for 30 seconds plug it back. If this won't help do as I said above.
Message Edited by Burned with desire on 11-03-200708:19 PM
If you are using WPA/WPA2 Personal as your security setting on your wireless router, you must enable BOTH - WPA2 Personal & WPA Personal. I am using the Linksys WRT54GX4 and I am now able to connected with no error message. This should correct the issues associated with error message 8013013D.