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10 Sep 2009
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Failed to connect to Playstation Network

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I was signed into Playstation(R)Network one hour ago but after returning from the dinner I haven't been able to log in.

 

My brother has also tried and failed(to log in/connect to PSN), on his PS3.

 

"Connection Test Completed

 

Obtained IP Address       Succeeded

 

Internet Connection         Succeeded

 

Playstation(R)Network     Failed

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An error has occurred. You have been signed out of Playstation(R)Network."

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Re: Failed to connect to Playstation Network

Getting the same thing. Was in the store getting the downloads when it happened.
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Re: Failed to connect to Playstation Network

Dunno if this is related, but I keep getting a DNS error any time I try to downoad anything from the Store & mine hasn't properly updated yet.
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Re: Failed to connect to Playstation Network

There's possibly a routing error in the network that is used to carry PSN traffic (NTT/Verio network). At least the getprof.gb.np.community.playstation.net servers are unreachable from parts of the net. So, it's not PSN/Sony fault, but the network carrier's.

 

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Re: Failed to connect to Playstation Network


Haraldo wrote:

There's possibly a routing error in the network that is used to carry PSN traffic (NTT/Verio network). At least the getprof.gb.np.community.playstation.net servers are unreachable from parts of the net. So, it's not PSN/Sony fault, but the network carrier's.

 


 

I haven't had any problems like this before and i can use the browser.
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Well Sony should send kamikazis out to sink those friggin carriers and do it fast too... im getting extremily anoyed with the situation...
My requests for SONY: 1) Integrate PlayStation3 and your 400 disc MEGACHANGER, Im way too lazy to switch game BDs, u could call it forexample MEGASTATION. 2) Build Specialized Fat-AiBO which has MEGASTATION in belly and two projectors as eyes for 3D projection in any given room of the house. You can call them PLAiBO.
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Re: Failed to connect to Playstation Network

The message I get is playstation network is currently undergoing maintenance
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European_Gamer wrote:

 

I haven't had any problems like this before and i can use the browser.

It seems to be an isolated issue affecting only some users in some networks. NTT is now investigating the issue and if the problem is in their network it will be hopefully sorted out soon.

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NTT?? what is that, the PSN team?
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Re: Failed to connect to Playstation Network

NTT Communications is the international and long distance service arm of NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world. In other words, they are huge Internet backbone network operator. They are handling the PSN traffic to profile servers, which seem to reside in US.
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