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conecting psp 2 the internet

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by jord4n, Jul 23, 2007.

  1. jord4n

    jord4n Guest

    ok this is a step by step way how 2 connect yuor psp to the internet by the way u must hav a wireless network or it wont work (*( it will work in airports ect )*) here we go .... 1. Go to the Main Menu of your PSP. 2. Go to Settings. 3. Scroll down to Network Settings and Press the X button. 4. Select Infrastructure Mode. 5. Select New Connection. 6. Name the connection so that you know it is for web browsing. (ex. WebConnect) That way you can use another connection for the rest of your online games. 7. Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 8. Select the Scan option and let it pick up your WLAN settings. 9. Once it picks up a connect, Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 10. Select Custom for the Address Settings. 11. Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 12. Leave IP Address Setting on Automatic. 13. Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 14. Select Manual for your DNS Setting. 15. Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 16. Enter in 67.171.70.72 as your Primary DNS and just leave the Secondary DNS blank. 17. Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 18. Select "Do Not Use" for your Proxy Server settings. 19. Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 20. Push the Right Direction Key to go to the next menu. 21. Push the X button to save your settings. 22. Do a quick test of the connection to make sure it's working correctly. 23. Launch Wipeout Pure and go to the Download option in the main menu. 24. Select the name of the new connection you just made (ex. WebConnect), connect, and enjoy browsing the internet on your PSP.
     
  2. glenquag

    glenquag Regular member

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    You know this is all in the manual right? And entering your DNS for a different connection isn't going to work..
     
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  3. jord4n

    jord4n Guest

    absolutly not .. i just did those step by step m8 .... try it
     

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