Connecting a PlayStation Portable (PSP) to your wireless network
Before you begin: You’ll need your network's SSID, encryption type (WPA2, WPA or WEP), and encryption key. You can find this information in one of three ways:
To connect a PlayStation Portable (PSP) to your wireless home network:
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Network Settings.
- Tap the X button.
- Select Infrastructure Mode and tap Enter.
- Select New Connect to create a new connection and tap Enter.
- Select Scan and tap the right arrow.
- After the available networks are displayed, select the network you want to join and tap Enter.
- Tap the right arrow to keep your current SSID.
- Note: If you change your network's SSID, you will need to re-configure all devices on your network to use the new SSID.
- Select the type of encryption your network is using (WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP), or WPA-PSK (AES) and tap the right arrow.
- Enter your network's encryption key using the on-screen keyboard. Eight asterisks are displayed in the encryption key field, regardless of the number of characters you enter.
- Select Easy and click the right arrow.
- Enter a name for your connection or tap the right arrow to keep the default of the network's SSID.
- Review your connection settings. Click the right arrow if they are correct. Click the left arrow to go back and make corrections.
- Tap Enter to save your connection settings.
- Select Test Connection to test your connection settings. Confirm that "Succeeded" is displayed after "Internet Connection."