PS3 UPnP

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  1. jp_bl_68

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    Just got my PS3, using wi-fi (just until my ethernet cable arrives) and I'm trying to play MGS O. Right now I'm trying to use UPnP (A DMZ will be plan b). I've got my BT Home Hub set up to allow UPnP with extended security settings and my PS3 says the UPnP is 'Available'. Does this mean it's enabled or does it mean that it can be enabled (if the latter, how do I do this)?
     
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    Are you trying to stream content from your PC to the PS3? or other way round?
     
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    It means it's enabled.

     
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    I'm trying to play MGO. I thought I'd give this a go before using a DMZ. I'm downloading an update for it right now (HTTP, ptp wouldn't start/was too slow) and it's going quite slowly. I'm not sure if this is because I'm wireless (ethernet cable hasn't arrived yet) or if it's because I'm using UPnP (as opposed to a DMZ) or if it's just naturally a slow download (I saw a post on another forum that said it takes several hours to download :eek:).
     

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