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Setting up a wired connection in between a PS3 and Linksys router

The following article will help you to configure a wired connection between a PS3 and Linksys router.


Step 1:
Plug in one end of an Ethernet cord into an available Ethernet port on the router.  Plug in the other end of the of the Ethernet cord into the back of the PS3.

 

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Step 2:
From the main menu on the PS3, select Settings and click on Network Settings.

 

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Step 3:
Next, select  Internet Connection Settings.  

 

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NOTE: If you receive the following message, Click Yes.

 

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NOTE: You need to have the internal wireless adapter already connected to the router to receive this error message.
     
Step 4:
On the Select a setting method, select Easy

 

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Step 5: 
Select Automatic under IP Address Setting.

 

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Step 6:
Select Do Not Set when the PS3 asks about a DHCP host name.

 

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Step 7:
Select Automatic under DNS Setting.

 

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Step 8:
Select Automatic under MTU.

 

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Step 9:
Select Do Not Use under Proxy Server.

 

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Step 10:
Select Enable under UPnP.

 

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Step 11:
On the Settings List menu, press X Enter to save the settings.  

 

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Step 12:
Next, click Test Connection.
 

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You will see the result of your connection test on a similar screen as below.

 

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Step 13:
Now let's test the connection.  Go back to the main PS3 menu and scroll over to Network and select Internet Browser
     
 

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Next, try to load any web page.  If a page loads, then the PS3 has been successfully configured.

 

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