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Re: PS3 networking

Apr 19, 2013
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Re: PS3 networking

Apr 19, 2013

J-Fry13 wrote:
im going to do a little more searching but all ive found are people telling me to foward ports. im going to call my isp tomorrow and see if they can help

Its not the port forwarding... If wired is working then your port forwarding is fine, the port forwarding rules you have in place apply to both wired and wireless connections.  How far away is your PS3 from the router, and how many walls and rooms are you going through?


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Re: PS3 networking

Apr 19, 2013
It's also important to point out that the ps3 does not work with an N type wireless signal. The system will connect to the router, but it will not be able to upload or download. I ran into this when I had my ps3 in my living room, and I had to change my network type to G in order to be able to get the ps3 to work online.
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Re: PS3 networking

Apr 20, 2013
ThePunisher: the router is upstairs right above the ps3. distance shouldnt be an issue though considering i have full signal on all of my other devices that are working fine.
the_ed_85: The router i am using is compatible with a b n g
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