i know what you are saying about them not knowing . but if it is all of us then come on they know, are you kiding . comcast is a huge company so may people are down they must have a psp on hand to test on alot of internet provides to test connections . and they should be more helpful and tell me if im gonna lose all my stuff including stuff that came with my psp . or at least offer a way to download stuff back on my psp .
but i understand your loyalty to sony.
You shouldn't be too panicked about the downloadable items. From what I've noticed, anything you download has a special icon on it, in your account history which allows you to re-download, at will. I'm pretty sure about that, but if someone could varify, that would be better.
As far as my loyalty to sony, I'm all about the company, but if I had reason to be pissed at them, I would. Even if we all have this problem, it's not from their end, so really-what could they do to elliviate the situation?
Its probably sony adding more and more security to stop custom firmware. i mean leave it alone already there not gonna stop it . who cares if hacks wanna butcher there psp let them( sony will sell more due to failed experiments ) . they screen out all kinds of stuff if something isnt right like info or in this case whatever change our internet provider made then you get this error .if sony shut down the custom firmware check points . then we could all go on the ps network with no problem tonight .
i hope custom firmware strikes fear in the hearts of every sony executive there is.
It can't be an overall comcast issue. Comcast is just so huge, that most of us are using them as an ISP. I have Comcast at work and I can log into PSN at work just fine. I also have Comcast at home, but I can't log into PSN at home. I tried to log in at a coffee house that uses Verizon DSL, and couldn't. On my way home I stopped over at a friends house who has Verizon Fios, and still couldn't log onto PSN. As as 2 users have said so far, they are not on Comcast either, so the issue can't be on Comcast's side.
Even if the issue was with the ISPs, enough people are having problems that Sony should address it with the ISPs. Sure, I know I can download stuff via PC and my PS3, but that doesn't fix the infrastructure play issue, as not all games support ad hoc party.
It's been a while since I've been to these forums, but I'm annoyyed that none of the mods have bothered to try to inform us of anything. SUre I know they are just moderatos for the forums, but at least one of them has to be a Sony employee that could get some kind of answers.
It might also have to do with *when* someone tried it at work. They might have gotten in that one time, and it quits now. Not to mention, this isn't Comcast specific. Other IPs are also having this trouble, all of a sudden. I'm pretty sure we aren't all changing our routers and settings, all together. I know I didn't. Connecting to PSN has worked for me, every single time I tried it, until December 4.
And some games require Infrastructure as there is no way to Adhoc Party that feature. Like Little Big Planet's community service.