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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprayer View Post
    PS3 Proxi v1.1 on fw3.15 works fine.
    What version of OS / Windows are you using?

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by livpool View Post
    you forgot to UNtick the checkbox in LOGAN5 lol
    ^^Exactly What he said, switched back to the logan5. Thanks for the insight. had to uncheck the box after testing.

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by GrandpaHomer View Post
    What version of OS / Windows are you using?
    winXp sp3? but must work on win seven

  4. #24
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    the Logans tool works like a charm!

    I didnt change nothing to my ps3, even tho that i have everything set manual, i just added the proxy server to PS3 and a Firewall rule too PC.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by thinnpikkins View Post
    Just stumbled on a much better way to the guy that gave me advice... no programs whatsoever. Network settings > Internet Connection Settings > Custom > Set everything as normal) > Set Primary DNS IP to 67.202.81.137. Works flawless.

    Thanks for the help though, and i hope this helps others that can't connect via proxy progs.
    Hate them middle men, i popped the ip address you gave into the browser, the page is blank apart from this message.

    "NOW DANCE ----ER DANCE, MAN HE NEVER HAD A CHANCE

    Srsly, gtfo."

    Any ideas what it means?

    cheers

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by daGraveR View Post
    If you happen to have Linux-box running 24/7, this might be an interesting alternative.

    Difficulty: Moderate

    Requirements: Any machine/OS capable of running a DNS-server and HTTP-server
    (I used a Bind 9 DNS-server and Apache 2 HTTP server on a dedicated virtual machine running Ubuntu 9.10.)

    Solution presented: Change the DNS-server setting in you PlayStation 3 to connect to the custom DNS-server and redirect everything from *.ps3.update.playstation.net to the HTTP-server, presenting the PlayStation 3 with 'old' update lists.

    Note: if you already have a DNS-server and HTTP-server in play, you can most likely fit it right into the existing infrastructure.
    Doesn't seem to work for me. When I run test connection it fails internet check.

  7. #27
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    LG5Tool works fine using win 7 ultimate, just had to download a missing library file first.

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprayer View Post
    winXp sp3? but must work on win seven
    Is it the v1.1 or latest 1.1 R3?

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by IanJ View Post
    Doesn't seem to work for me. When I run test connection it fails internet check.
    That most likely means that there's something wrong with the webserver. You might want to check the access logs of the webserver.

    I managed to reproduce this by renaming the 'update' in the wwwroot dir, so that the ps3-updatelist.txt produces a 404 (The internet check is performed by downloading this file.)

    The corresponding connection error is 80028EA8 in my case.

  10. #30
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    if you get failed internet checking while doing a test, either stop the proxy and start it again and then do a connection test
    or
    stop the proxy, turn off the ps3, turn on the ps3 start the proxy and do a connection test

 
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