The PlayStation 2 software does not support un-routered connections to a computer. If you have a USB ADSL modem, and wish to connect the PlayStation 2 to your PC to use its internet connection, look for proxy creation software. It can channel the connection between the PC and PS2 to the WWW, fooling the PS2 it is connected to a router or LAN-compatible ADSL modem.
no you need WiFi from DSL or cable or an ethernet connection
If you want to connect using cables/wires, you would have to use an Ethernet Cable.Or you can connect to it wirelessly. You must have a 802.11g wireless adapter card installed onto your laptop/computer.
Find a Broadband or DSL internet provider or if you already have one and are already using it connect a router to your modem. Then simple connect an ethernet cable from your modem to your router and one from your router to your PS3. The cable that was going from the modem to your computer now goes from your router to your computer. If you are not using the internet service before then just connect th ethernet cable from your new modem to the PS3. Then if you do get a computer just buy the router and the ethernet cables then.
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You connect an old laptop to broadband just like a new laptop, using the Ethernet port. If the computer doesn't have an Ethernet port, then you will have to purchase an adapter.
You have two basic options. 1.You can connect your laptop to your cable, fibre optic, or DSL modem or Ethernet port using an Ethernet cord. 2. You can connect your cable, fibre optic, or DSL modem or Ethernet port to a wireless router using a Ethernet cable. You then connect your laptop using wireless to your wireless router.
A wireless device can be connected to Ethernet by using an Ethernet to wireless bridge. This allows the wireless signal to be converted into a physical connection where it can be passed on to other Ethernet devices.
There are three ways; 1. The first one is using a wireless modem either built in to the computer or attached via usb or firewire and connect that to a wireless router or wireless hotspot. 2. Use Ethernet, using an Ethernet port (it looks like a dial up port except wider) and connect that to the back of a DSL router or Ethernet access point. 3. Using Mobile Broadband, usually provided by mobile providers that is plugged in to a USB port
Yes it is possible. It's called Ad-Hoc networking.
A patch cable is used to connect a computer to a hub. a crossover cable is used to connect two computers to each other without using a hub. Ste.
With the PlayStation 2, internet access can be enabled in a variety of methods, the most common of which is through a wired connection. Using the ethernet port on the back of the PlayStation 2, one can connect the PS2 system to the internet. However, if no ethernet connection is available, some third-party wireless adapters are available that can be used with the PS2 either through the USB or ethernet port.
PS3 must connect with a DSL or Cable broadband using WiFi or Ethernet cable only. The new PS Vita will connect with WiFi or for some models 3G when it is released on February 15 2012
you go and get an ethernet cable, or wifi
I'm not sure what you mean by hook. The PS3 uses it's own internet connection with an ability to connect to the internet using WiFi or an ethernet cable only and needs a TV or HDTV for Audio and Video not a computer monitor. You certainly can not run your PS3 using the computer as a controller or otherwise play PS3 games with your PC somehow using the PS3 as a part of the PC.
You don't. You connect a PS3 to a router or modem and then you also connect the computer to the router or modem. Your internet service goes to the router or modem also. If you modem only has a single out plug you can switch back and forth between the PS3 and the computer until you purchase a router or get a modem with more outputs
In a network using a router, or directly with an Ethernet or FireWire cord.
You can't; it's Ethernet or nothing.
You would connect them with ethernet cables and 1 or more switches. If you require more than 1 switch, you need to connect the two switches with an ethernet cable too.
You connect two computers together by making them part of the same computer network e.g. LAN, WAN or the Internet. They can also be connected together using Ethernet, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
only through ur computer/laptop because u need to log on ur btfon on ur PC then use ethernet to connect xbox to laptop works great for me)
You can't use a playstation controller on a computer.
No. Unless you are using a wired connection and unplug the computer's Ethernet cable because you do not have a router or WiFi Modem.
is it a straight ethernet or a crossover? i am using a Motorola SURFboard SB5120. You'll only need a straight ethernet cable for that.
You can connect a printer using Ethernet if the printer has an ethernet jack. If not you can purchase a used HP Jet Direct box on E-Bay for $10, which has a parallel connector that works for older printers. The printer connects to the jet direct via parallel cable, then a CAT 5 (Ethernet) cable to a hub, switch or router. If you are using Windows choose Add Printer , Local Printer attached to this computer, create new port, arrow down to TCP/IP port and type in the address from your router (192.168.1.X).
You should use a router. Typical router has 4 LAN ports to connect computer using Ethernet network cable. Many routers also have wireless (WiFi) connectivity so some computers can be connected using wireless adapters (no cables needed in this case).