Your PSP can connect to the internet as long as you have access to a wireless network, which will allow you to surf the web and play certain games against other people online.
In order to connect to the internet, you will need to set up a network connection on the PSP. Menghubungkan PSP ke Internet. Edit Article How to Connect a PSP to the Internet Your PSP can connect to the internet as long as you have access to a wireless network, which will allow you to surf the web and play certain games against other people online. Your PSP has a physical switch that enables the wireless adapter. If the switch is turned off, you won't be able to connect to a wireless network.
Check your network security configuration. You will need to ensure that your wireless security is configured correctly in order for your PSP to be able to join the network. Open your router configuration page on a computer connected to the network.
See this guide for more details.
If you have an AirPort router, click here. Navigate to the "Wireless" section.
You will need to be running at least version 2. See this guide for details on updating your PSP without a network connection.
The PSP is currently on version 6. Open the Settings menu. This is located at the bottom of the Settings menu.
This will allow your PSP to connect to a wireless network. Ad-Hoc mode is for connecting directly to another PSP system. This will create a new connection that will be stored on your PSP, allowing you to automatically connect to the same network in the future. The PSP can store up to ten networks. This will scan for any local wireless networks. If you'd rather, you can enter in the name of your network manually.
This is useful if your network is not broadcasting its SSID. After the scan is complete, a list of available networks will be displayed. Select the one you want to connect to. The signal strength for each network will be displayed in the list. Enter a name for your connection. By default, the connection will be named the same as your SSID.
You can change this to be more recognizable, such as "Home" or "Office". Select your security settings. If the access point you are connecting to does not have a password, select "None". Enter in your wireless password. After entering in the security type, enter in the password for your wireless connection. Wireless passwords are case-sensitive, so make sure you enter the password correctly.
You can find your wireless password on the same page as your router's security settings. Most users can select "Easy" without having to worry. You will be asked to enter your IP address manually. Confirm the network name.
A box with the network's SSID will be displayed. You can make changes, but most users can leave this as it.
Press Right to continue. You will be shown a list of all of your settings. Make sure everything looks correct, and then press the Right button on the directional pad to continue. Press "X" to save your settings.
After saving your settings, you will be given the option to test the connection. Your PSP will attempt to connect to the internet. In the results screen, check the "Internet Connection" entry.