03-06-2007 06:32 AM
03-06-2007 07:01 AM
Turn everything off – cable modem, router, PC, PS3 – and let them sit for a few minutes. If you have a modem that has a battery backup (telephony modems often do), press and hold its reset button for at least 30 seconds.
The order in which you do the following steps is critical - don't improvise! Turn on the cable modem, and let it come all the way up. Connect the WAN port of the router (the one that’s by itself) to the cable modem, and turn on the router. Wait for the router to come all the way up. Connect your PC to one of the LAN ports on the router (there are usually 4 of them, grouped together), and boot the PC. Use the ethernet cables for both of these connections - don't use the USB cable for anything.
Last, boot up your wireless PS3, and let it find the wireless signal. Once it’s working properly, check the top thread in this forum about how to secure the wireless connection and prevent others from stealing your bandwidth.
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