Thread: PS3 WiFi
10-18-2008 04:01 PM #1
Can anyone help me out here?
I look at my WiFi connection, which usually ranges from 27-35%, but I can't sign in to the PSN. I can't get an IP address, and I can catch multiple WiFi connections from my neighbors. I just can't get a connection, and I used to be able to just connect seamlessly.
Is there a way to do an IP release and renew it?
10-18-2008 06:48 PM #2
So now I just have to go through the hassle of unhooking my Xbox 360 ethernet cable and hooking it to the PS3 anytime I want to play online.
10-18-2008 07:19 PM #3
Has your signal always been so low?? Maybe a change in placement of your router would help; I don't think my signal strength has ever been below 85%, and my PS 3 and router are on different floors of the house. It just seems like your signal strength is way too low for a reliable connection.My Blu-ray collection:
10-19-2008 01:25 AM #4
27-35% does seem sort of low. What standard is it (B, G, N)? What is the make of the router? Are you using encryption (WEP, WPA, WPA2)?
You might want to try and reboot your router. Sometimes if you have a bunch of devices connected, the DHCP in routers may not always properly designate IP addresses.Mac Fan
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