No ALL of us arent, this has been happening in isolated pockets. I was told this today several times on the phone with customer support.
It hadnt happened to me in over a month prior til tonite.
If the issue continues consider repointing your DNS IP
Isolated pockets? Maybe it's isolated pockets for those NOT getting any network errors. In addition, just like last time these netwrok errors plagued Home's servers (not the user's), it has NOTHING to do with the user's DNS, ISP, router, network settings, nor will clearring the cache or re-installing Home fix this problem. The only fix is to keep logging back in and hope you get on a Home server that is stable.
Sony fixed this problem a few months ago, but it took them several weeks. Now its back again, so instead of giving people false hope and wasting their time trying to suggest it isn't a problem with Sony's servers and that they can fix it doing various things with their set up, please refer to the Support forum and keep askinng Sony to fix this issue ASAP, and not to wait several weeks like last time.
Sony's PlayStation Home updated mission statement...
"Like it never happened"
- Stand for something better than mediocrity and don't disguise it as adequate, when clearly it is far from that to anyone willing to be objective and unbiased. -