Here is my guide to getting a Sony PSP to work with DD-WRT V24 (or higher) running WPA2, based on my WRT54GS V1.1
It also includes instructions on getting Remote Play working effectively
If you want to use Remote Play, then it's also assumed :
On your router, do the following :Wireless Basic Settings Set Wireless Network Mode to Mixed, click Save and then click Apply Settings The PSP is 802.11 only, so you need to ensure both b & g (and n, depending on your router) devices can talk on your network) Wireless Wireless Security Set Security Mode to WPA2 Personal Mixed, click Save and then click Apply Settings The PSP (as of FW 5.51) does not handle WPA2 well (if at all). WPA2 Personal Mixed mode will allow both WPA2 & WPA capable clients to connect Wireless MAC Filter If you are not using MAC filtering, skip this part. If you are using MAC filtering, then you need to add your PSP MAC to your filter list.
If you have not already setup your WLAN profile on your PSP, do the following :Settings Network Settings
Assuming you have done the above and got your PSP online, and you now want to enable Remote Play, do the following...
PS3 Instructions (pt 1)Settings > Network Settings > Settings and Connection Status List
NOTE: If you have not given your PS3 a static IP address, it is wise to do so, or ensure it is given a fixed IP from DHCP. If you are using DHCP and wish to assign the PS3 a static IP - on the router providing DHCP for your LAN, go to :Services Services
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