'canes2004 Posted November 22, 2009 Share Posted November 22, 2009 Ok, I want to get my PS3 hooked up to the net for gaming and movies and such. I need to know what is needed to complete this task. Here is my layout: I have my desktop hooked up in my "man-room" upstairs. This is the only PC in the house. No wire-less, it's a cable connection hard wired into the cable modem, into the wall. Downstairs in the main living room is my new PS3. It's in the entertainment center. I have a standard cable out that goes into my DVR , which in turn HDMI's into the TV. From what I can devise, I need a router so the cable in can go into that first and in turn Ethernet wire out to the PS3.Is this correct? So, it's cable out of my wall into the router. Cable out of my router into my DVR. Ethernet out of the router into the PS3. Is this correct? Is it that easy or am I missing something? Is the router just used so it can carry a signal from the PS3 to the net? Will it effect my internet in the other room? ANY info will be much appreciated and I promise to root for your team this Sunday too. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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