Bummer. Is your PS3 still in DMZ? If so remove and put back to normal network as it isn't a good idea to run open to internet. Some other ideas 1. remove network settings on ps3, reboot router/network then re-add network settings 2. disable upnp when reconfiguring ps3 network 3. add Static DNS (can use opendns 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168). Of course I still get a random disconnection on mag about once per session but usually when trying to join a game.
You don't need ports forwarded so remove the forwarding, the PS3 works very happily without. Normally the ISP DNS is ok but sometimes can be improved by using larger dns like opendns. Totally up to you. Those big voices hogging our bandwidth lol.
tried the above but unfortunately my NAT went from type 2 to type 3 and the problem persisted when it chose to rear it's ugly head tonight
I like the game and everything, but I want to play it when I want to play it! Not when it feels like working. If I wanted a pastime that chose when I could enjoy it, I'd get a ***** girlfriend!
It's been 2 weeks now - as a games programmer myself I'm feeling it's high time an update came in fixing at least some of the numerous bugs. I'm not sure how they can justify releasing something this unstable on a platform where all of the terminals share the same hardware configurations - it's not like releasing on a PC