1.Download Logan5’s tool.
◦If it loads successfully, proceed to step 3.
◦If it doesn’t load, you may be missing some required Windows libraries. Google whatever you’re missing; find it, download it, install it. In my case I was missing “mswinsck.ocx.” You
3.Ensure “Firmware Update” remains unchecked.
4.Click “Start Proxy” and take note of your IP.
5.On your PS3, go to Settings -> Network Settings -> Internet Connection Settings.
6.Select “Custom” and proceed through each screen, setting up your connection as normal, until you reach “Proxy Server.”
8.Enter the IP address and port as shown in Logan5’s tool.
9.Advance forward, save your connection and try it out. You should be able to sign in to PSN with no problems.
Last edited by leeuk; 04-01-2010 at 07:44 PM.