10-28-2012 6:21 AM
I connected the uverse to my PS3 wireless to watch netflix.Set up PS3 and everything worked fine for a couple of weeks.I had trouble with my uverse and had to move my ethernet cable to my desk top from one port to another the first port stopped working. I have tried to use my PS3 to look at netflix and now cannot connect. I have tried to set many times and have rebooted everything .During easy set up I scan for my signal and the PS3 can see the 2WIRE signal at 100% but when I try to connect my PS3 it times out trying to connect and get the error code 80130182, but he WPA number Im using is off the uverse .
10-28-2012 7:13 AM
You might want to check here for trouble shooting steps.
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10-28-2012 8:56 AM
I have already seen that truoble shooting guide and have checked out system. I have not tried to move my TV and the PS3 to the computer and hard wire the system ( that will be a major pane ). AT&T had said to get a laptop or smart phone and try and connect and get them on the phone and they could then maybe see the problem (don`t have either ). AT&t loves to waste my time and then tell me we don`t know call Tech support and pay them and they can fix the problem.. Love their service ?
01-25-2014 1:16 PM
dear fellow subscriber,
i have the same dilema and wonder if this is att preventing us to subscribe which is typical business practice , we are nation of capitalist don't u think this done to monopolize and order cable channel thru att ?
my initial Q is how do u distribute or acces netflix to be able to watch movies away from the ps3 in other rooms in the house with dvr only.
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