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wpa auto,upto 300mps. They say it's a router problem, so they have nothing to do with it.bezaire2005 i had this problem too but not anymore i think a good way to check is sometimess Maybe the hub itself is faulty? forget that have both! Source

Following all of these steps your PS3 should now be able to get online.Hope this helps!NF View solution in original post 0 Kudos Report Re: Error code 80710102 virgin media Options My problem is that sometime's my ps3 will connect fine(wirless) some time's and on other ocasions, i get dns error's or my psn will not load very well and be slow Also, i played my ps3 last night, for about 3 hour's and she was running fine on black op's with no drop out's. Keep it up!We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.The community is happy to hear your opinion!

I've never come across anything like this before lol i think with linux connecting that shows it's not my lan card or the superhub. Do you have any other software installed other than the basic Windows? Adduxi View Public Profile Find More Posts by Adduxi 08-01-2013, 21:25 #7 gother Forum Member Join Date: Jan 2006 Location: Between Venus and Mars Posts: 8,931 Quote: Originally Posted This DNS address should then be manually input into your network settings.

I have the (bog)standard virgin superhub so not sure if this'll be different for a different router. qasdfdsaq View Public Profile Find More Posts by qasdfdsaq Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 has any one got any views about this?. Sign in to continue I have a PSN account Sign In Welcome back!

Because it looks like you have entered them manually. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please join our community today. Neo-Tech View Public Profile Find More Posts by Neo-Tech 19-03-2011, 13:04 #4 loggo Inactive Join Date: Mar 2011 Posts: 20 Re: virgin superhub + ps3 connection problem's Ok im Tried all of that mate still same problem i might just stick with linux something might not be right with windows 7.

The secondary is only used if the primary can not be located. Where does the problem lie? 0 Kudos paultechy Superuser 13.24K 976 2.36K Registered: ‎08-06-2010 Message 4 of 5 (3,139 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: PS3 DNS Error 80710102 Post options I've reinstalled linux again and wollah linux connects perfectly fine via wired or wireless yet windows only connects wireless. This was working at the weekend and the settings on the PS3 were taken from the router, which I restarted.

These settings were fine on my talktalk broadband and i was able to have both a wireless and wired connection to pc. have a peek here loggo View Public Profile Find More Posts by loggo Advertisement 19-03-2011, 12:02 #2 kangocartman cf.member Join Date: Mar 2011 Posts: 32 Re: virgin superhub + ps3 connection problem's Although If the ‘Primary DNS’ is displayed as or is blank, the DNS is not being detected automatically. Here are common settings: If you want to use Google Public DNS, use the following settings: Primary: Secondary: If you want to use OpenDNS, use the following settings:

I was able to ping That shows the PC is seeing the Internet then, as you have entered the direct address for the BBC, it is the DNS servers which this contact form The only things I can think is not allowing your browsers to work is either some hangover settings from your previous ISP, or you have malware, as the PC can connect bezaire2005Member Since: November 7, 2005Posts: 3635bezaire2005FollowForum Posts: 3635Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#1 Posted by bezaire2005 (3635 posts) - 8 years, 1 month agoIf anyone else has gotten this I had linux installed but i removed that when i reformatted and tried again with just windows 7 and got the same results.

Where before it was constantly stuttering and crazy high jitter, it is now silky smooth 99% of the time. Have you tried the OpenDNS servers, or the unblock us ones i listed, I use the opendns ones on my Windows 7 PC. gother View Public Profile Find More Posts by gother 10-01-2013, 12:40 #23 gother Forum Member Join Date: Jan 2006 Location: Between Venus and Mars Posts: 8,931 Quote: Originally Posted have a peek here gother View Public Profile Find More Posts by gother 10-01-2013, 03:35 #20 bobcar Forum Member Join Date: Sep 2004 Posts: 14,718 I would have suggested resetting your hosts file

If you are on virgin media just turn off your ps3, remove the power cord on your router for 15 seconds or so, then reinsert it and turn your ps3 back Might also be worth your while rebooting the hub too. What I did to my PS4/PS3 was put it in the same room as the router and away from any other consoles and even when the whole family use the internet/wi

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Also, what happens in explorer if you go to took me to bbchompage i tried it on both waterfox and chrome i despise explorer lol. All my drivers are up to date too. All rights reserved. One of the settings that the ISP sets in your router is the DNS setting.

It's a strange one as everything is suggesting that both the superhub and network card are working correctly. Still refuses to connect via wired. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.Close Get the HUKD app free at Google Play downloadHotUKDealsAllDealsVouchersFreebiesAskMoreFreebiesAskCompetitionsFor Sale / TradeMiscFeedback Black Friday Lightning Deals SearchSign Up Login Check This Out It's really odd as linux is fine the problem seems to be with windows 7 somewhere.

Also when this is happening, game's like cod will lose conection to there server's. but then again the ps3 , blu ray player are connected via ethernet to it and they work fine. Next click on the TCP/IP v4 in the window and select properties. yes it did, in my worst nightmares General Maximus View Public Profile Find More Posts by General Maximus 13-07-2011, 21:15 #12 Bullstein Inactive Join Date: Apr 2011 Posts:

We'll keep it private. Now it is fine all the time. If someone's solved your problem, why not mark their message as an Accepted Solution 0 Kudos SilkyViv Joining in 51 0 0 Registered: ‎28-03-2010 Message 5 of 5 (3,128 Views) Flag