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PS3 which IP address is it.....i seem to have two LAN and ADSL

Goofey's Girl Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Hi
Trying to connect my PS3...was working fine for last 6 months and now wont connect. i have obtained all my internet details but have two IP addresses
One is listed under ADSL port and the other is listed under LAN port..
There is also one listed as the Gateway IP address

Can someone just clarify which IP is the correct one, we have wireless connection.
I know my SSID so that isnt a problem and also know my WEP so i am convinced it must be the IP address. I have probably played around with it so much that i have put the wrong one in.

Thanks in advance.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
maybe pcking up a neighbours router?
#2
unsure.......just reset and set it up again

2 min job
#3
The ADSL one is the public IP address issued to your router by your ISP. The LAN address is the internal IP address, usually starting 192 or 10 that you allocate to your PS3 on your own internal network. The gateway IP address should be the internal IP address of your router which is the address it uses to make it's way out to the internet via your router.
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SunTzu
The ADSL one is the public IP address issued to your router by your ISP. The LAN address is the internal IP address, usually starting 192 or 10 that you allocate to your PS3 on your own internal network. The gateway IP address should be the internal IP address of your router which is the address it uses to make it's way out to the internet via your router.


Hi thanks for that without sounding thick does that mean when i am setting the connection up on the PS3 it should be the LAN one I put in.
#5
it recognises the SSID and asks me for the WEP code but then doesnt seem to be able to connect to the IP.
Believe it or not think this all started last week when i struggled to connect my sons DSI to wifi...messed around with the computer and its caused me all hell of internet problems since. TAken me a week to sort DSI out.....and laptops which were also not connecting properly. Just PS3 to go now.
Note to myself for future....DO NOT BUY ANYMORE GADGETS IF THE ONES YOU HAVE ARE WORKING PERFECTLY.
Dont think the kids will think much of that though.
#6
What did you have to change to get the DSi on the wifi? I know the old DS wouldn't work with an encrypted wifi. Do you still have a WEP password anymore, even if you did before? Try this:

Scan for a wireless network signal. Choose the "Easy" option under the PlayStation's "Internet Connection Settings." Select "Wireless," and then "Scan."

Choose the network access point to use. Check the identification name (SSID) for the access point against the host computer and router of your wireless LAN.

Apply network security settings based on the current LAN security setting. Enter your encryption key if a security setting is in place. Otherwise, select "None" to continue without security settings.

Save your settings and test the wireless connection.
#7
also maybe need to reset your router as sometimes cannot register ip address as its been used by laptop/pc
#8
Thanks will try that later. Will let you know how i do.
Again many thanks for your help.
Have a nice Easter.

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