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28 Apr 2010
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Network problem 8002AD36

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I own a D-link dir-615 router and i have a wired connection for my ps3 and computer.

After several problems with Bad Company 2 (hardly enter a server, getting disconnected after 5 mins) i decided to put my ps3 connection into DMZ. I've assigned a static IP using DHCP of course, manually settings in ps3, etc.Everythings seems fine for 1-10 mins, but then it disconnects me due to error 8002AD36. Tried different DNS settings (including ISP ones). Can anybody help me, please ? Thanks in advance

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Re: Network problem 8002AD36

Forgot to mention: tried upnp and media server settings disabled/enabled. Doesn't solve anything.

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Re: Network problem 8002AD36

could be due to any number of things unfortunately...

But we'll start with some basics Smiley Happy

Who is your ISP?
Is it just BFBC2 that has the problem, or does the same thing happen if you go onto the PSN store / Home / web browser?
Try changing your PS3 DNS servers to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 (Google's which seem to work well and are easy to remember Smiley Happy)

* YLOD? * *PSN Connection Problems?* *Blu Ray Problems

And we weren't even testing for that..

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Re: Network problem 8002AD36

My ISP is RDS(romanian data system).

Same thing happens if i play bc2, idle in the menu, browse web. Network connection problem.

Tried to change my DNS server. useless.

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Re: Network problem 8002AD36

does sound like either a problem with your router (try turning it off for 5 mins), or the ISP dropping your connection Smiley Sad

Are you able to get to the router logs to see if they show internet disconnections?

* YLOD? * *PSN Connection Problems?* *Blu Ray Problems

And we weren't even testing for that..

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