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Sony PSP, WPA and WRT54G with 4xxx firmware

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Mercenary, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. Mercenary

    Mercenary Network Guru Member

    Long shot I know but...

    I can only get my PSP to connect to my WRT54G if I use firmware 3.03.6 or older. If I use any of the 4xxx versions it just fails to connect. WEP is fine but I would rather use WPA.

    Anyone else had this, anyone know of a fix, workaround etc (apart from using WEP)

    Thanks
     
  2. ceevee

    ceevee Guest

    You need to use WPA TKIP on the router. The PSP must also be updated to the latest firmware; I think it's 2.0.
     
  3. Mercenary

    Mercenary Network Guru Member

    Yup, Im using WPA Personal (new in 4) and firmware is 2.00

    A lot of other ppl are having this, infact everyone using 4.xx so its not just me. Just wondering if anyone knew different.
     
  4. gary_580

    gary_580 Network Guru Member

    there is a bug in the 4.50 versions fo the firmware that stops this working
     
  5. DSperling

    DSperling LI Guru Member

    Still a problem?...

    This thread is over a year old. Can anyone confirm whether this is still (or ever really was) a problem? I am having the EXACT same problem and cannot seem to resolve it!!

    My WRT54G is running firmware 4.20.7. I'm not sure what firmware the PSP is running, but it is brand new, so I assume it has the latest.

    I've got WEP turned on on the AP. The PSP sees the network with no problem, but I just can't get it to connect to the internet. It fails on obtaining an IP address.

    Is the Linksys AP Router the problem?!?

    Thanks!
     
  6. DSperling

    DSperling LI Guru Member

    Question answered...

    According to what I found on another thread, my problem was that I was using "key3". When I switched to "key1", it worked! The WRT54G v4.20.7 does not seem to be a problem! :)

    Thanks anyway!
     

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