Waarschijnlijk ligt het aan je Erectie.
807101FF - An error occurred during communication with the server. This is a DNS error
While the PS3 is off, try power cycling your modem and router (uplug them both, wait 30 seconds, plug in the modem. Wait till all the normal operating light are on, then plug in the router). If this doesn't work, try doing the port forwading/static IP trick fore your PS3
1. On your PC, click start, then Run
2. That'll bring up a little window, type "cmd" without "" and hit enter
3. On the black screen, type ipconfig/all
4. Write down the following information
a. Default Gateway
b. The first and second DNS numbers
c. Subnet Mask
On your PS3 go to Settings --> Network Settings --> Internet Connections Settings
Select Custom ---> Choose whether you are going to use wired or wireless ---> Choose Manual Settings ---> Choose Auto-Detect under Speed and Duplex ---> Under IP Address Setting choose manual ---> here you'll need to create an IP address for your PS3 (You'll need to check your router and see what address your router starts setting addresses for instance, linksys wrt54g's default as starting at 192.168.1.100, so you'd want to set your PS3 as 192.168.1.99 or lower, only changing the last set of numbers). Input the Subnet Mask you wrote down, the Default Router is the same as the default gateway, then enter the first and second DNS numbers you wrote down. ---> Under MTU choose Automatic ---> Under proxy server choose "do not use" ---> UPNP either enable or disable, doesn't really matter (I leave mine enabled) ---> review, then hit X
Your Nat type should come up as Type 2
Next, time to play with your router:
Click this link:
PortForward.Com Router Selection
On the page that pops up: Select your router (listed by manufacturer, and model). Your router's model number should be on the bottom of your router.
On the next page, select "PS3 Nat Type 3 to 2" follow the instructions (it'll ask you to input the IP address you assigned to your PS3 so that it can help you set up the port forwarding).
If forwarding doesn't work, you'll need to put your PS3 under your router's DMZ. In order to do this, follow the guide at This Linkhttp://boardsus.playstation.com/playstation/board/message?board.id=psnetwork&thread.id=19016
Hopelijk heb je hier iets aan,