PS3 Wifi

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  1. failurbydesign

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    I have a 20gb with no wifi, is there anyother device besides the linksys gaming usb adapter
     
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    http://games.dlink.com/products/?pid=383&#DGL-3420

    First you have to connect it via Ethernet cable (which is provided) to your PC.
    You'll run a quick set up on the device so that it recognizes your WLAN. This is sometimes tricky, but not that difficult.

    Then you simply plug it into your PS3
     
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  3. Admiral Michael

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    or a WRT54GL with DDWRT setup in wireless bridge mode.
     
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    Got the Belkin gaming wifi, works right out pf the box, no issues!
     
  7. TJaymz

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    That belkin product is the same setup I use with my PS3. I have never had any problems with that product either. Peace.
     
  8. Admiral Michael

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    Doesn't the PS3 have built-in wireless?

    The reason I suggested the WRT54G is that since it's a router it would become a wireless bridge with a four port switch :)
     
  9. tdinc

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    20 Gig version does not have wifi
     

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