Updating ps3 with wireless ethernet plug

To be able to set this up you would need a router with DD-WRT installed, to have some networking knowledge and is comfortable logging in to the router and changing/trouble shooting its settings.

If you have a router which does not have DD-WRT installed then here is a great instructable on how to install it on WRT-54G router and it should work on most supported routers.https://

This document will help you test your internet connection and help you set up your wired or wireless internet connection. The internet connection is set up when the test has Succeeded.

It is good for netflix, but if you want to stream media from your DLNA server it is not fast enough for HD content.

I was reading that apparently if you get a wireless N router and connect it to the ps3 and set it up as an access point that will allow n speeds. I can't believe they don't have an official N adapter for the ps3 like the microsoft does for the xbox 360. For now I'm sticking with a usb wireless adapter on that computer but I'd like to get the old g router setup as a bridged router.

So I just I need to pick up a n router that supports 300mbps and plug that straight into the ps3? I think I might try that with my old G router that I replaced.

This is for those who are not ready to give up on their PS3.

The problem with PS3 is it has the 802.11b/g wifi card which is limited and slow.