How to connect libyana to the internet

Connect a PSP to the internet

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    Make sure the WiFi switch is ON.Your PSP has a physical switch that activates the WLAN card. If the switch is off, you will not be able to connect to a WiFi network.
    • With the PSP-1000 and PSPgo the switch is on the left of the device next to the analog button. Slide the switch UP to activate the WLAN card.
    • On the PSP-2000 and -3000, the WLAN switch is on top of the device. Slide the switch to the RIGHT to activate the WiFi card.
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    Check your network security configuration.Most modern networks have WPA2, which can cause problems with the PSP. You need to make sure that your wireless network's security is properly configured so that your PSP can log into the network.
    • Open your router's configuration page on a computer connected to the network. Read this guide for more details.
    • Navigate to the "WiFi" section.
    • Change the security level to "WPA-PSK [TKIP] + WPA2-PSK [AES]" or "WPA2 Personal TKIP + AES".
    • Make sure that the MAC address filter is not switched on, or else add the MAC address of your PSP to the whitelist.
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    Update your PSP. You need at least version 2.0 or newer to connect to a WiFi network. Read this guide for details on how to update your PSP without a network connection. The PSP is currently on version 6.60 (final).

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    Open the settings. These can be found on the far left in the PSP XMB menu.

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    Select "Network Settings". You can find this in the settings below.

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    Select "Infrastructure Mode". This enables the PSP to connect to a WLAN. Ad-Hoc mode is for connecting directly to another PSP.

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    Select "[New Connection]". This will create a new connection that will be saved on your PSP and will allow you to automatically connect to that network in the future. The PSP can store up to 10 networks.

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    Choose "Scan".This searches for local WLANs. Make sure you are within range of the wireless router you want to connect to.
    • You can also enter the name of the network manually. This is useful if your network isn't broadcasting the SSID.
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    Select your network. When the scan is complete, a list of available networks will be displayed. Pick the one you want to connect with. The signal strength of each network is shown in the list. For the best performance, you want signal strength over 50%.

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    Confirm the network name. A field with the SSID of the network appears. You can make changes, but most users can leave it that way. Press right to continue.

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    Choose your security settings. If you have configured your router in the previous steps, you should select "WPA-PSK (AES)". If the access point you are connecting to does not have a password, select "None".

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    Enter the WiFi password. After entering the security level, enter the wireless connection password. Wi-Fi passwords are case-sensitive, so make sure you enter the password correctly. You can find your WiFi password on the same page as your router's security settings.

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    Choose "Easy". This will automatically configure your PSP to get the IP address from the router. Most users can choose Simple without worrying. If you want more control or if you have a PPPoE connection, select "Individual". You will be asked to enter your IP address manually.

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    Enter a name for your connection. The connection is automatically named the same as your SSID. You can change this to make it easier to remember, e.g. "home" or "office".

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    Check the settings. A list of all your settings will be displayed. Make sure everything looks right, then press the right button on the direction pad to continue. Press "X" to save your settings.

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    Test the connection. After saving your settings, you will be given the opportunity to test the connection. Your PSP tries to connect to the internet. Check the entry "Internet connection" in the results display. If it says "Successful", then your connection has been configured correctly.[1]