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nellycuz

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I know you guys will need information from me but my ISP keeps going in and out of connectivity and I do not know what to do to fix it. My main issue with this is I play on the PS3 a lot and when I'm playing a game of Madden I get disconnected always before the 4th quarter begins and it counts as a loss. I want to know how to fix this or what you guys might know about this sort of problem I'm sure it's nothing new to you guys. But if I could give you some information and you guys could help me out I would really appreciate it! I have RoadRunner internet and a cable Motorola SBG1000 cable modem in which is connected directly to my PS3 by ethernet cord. Everything else like my laptop is on wireless connection. I've also heard of putting my PS3 on a DMZ connection which is a static connection but I do not know how to do that and if you guys would recommend that please let me know! Thanks ahead of time!

FYI, I would prefer to know how to setup a DMZ Static connection for my PS3 if anyone could take me through a step by step through screen shots or whatever I would gladly do that.

Edited by nellycuz, 13 April 2009 - 09:54 PM.

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Please help guys this has been going on for too long and I know you guys can help me!
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