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Topic # 57702 22-Feb-2010 14:51
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Hi, what's new hasn't worked since Friday. Wondering if fault at my end or if everyone got same thing happening. Everything else going fine except when router off line and turn ps3 on sometimes get NAT failed. It to date always comes right after disabling internet on ps3 and then reenabling it or doing test connection, then get NAT type 2.

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  Reply # 301027 22-Feb-2010 15:13
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I've had previous issues with my PS3 and the internet.. most of the time its due to DNS no responding or not able to lookup domains.. If you have it set on automatic, I would suggest changing it to manual, and put in another set, say OpenDNS or any other NZ ISP's DNS.
The Whats New calls home to a specific server for its data - and if it can't resolve it, it knows not to error, but just not to display anything. Have a try with that idea and see what happens..




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  Reply # 301031 22-Feb-2010 15:29
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If I press x on it get error 8003200d. Changing DNS makes no difference.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 301985 25-Feb-2010 10:19
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Hey there, did you bother to google the error code?

Link http://www.ps3blog.net/community/general-ps3-discussion/error-code-8003200d/

The error is related to a problem on Sonys end it appears.




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  Reply # 302492 26-Feb-2010 15:04
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Yes I did, but the discussion wasn't that advanced with the above link when looked it up.

Wait it out and see what happens, Thanks.

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  Reply # 302493 26-Feb-2010 15:05
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It seemed fixed for me last night?



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  Reply # 302699 27-Feb-2010 13:50
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Yep, working for me to now. Just checked this mourning Saturday. Haven't had it on for the last 2-3 days.

Good to know nothing wrong with my machine.

If came right Thursday night, looks like it was down for about a week.

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