Can I connect my PS2 to my laptop and use my laptop was a proxy server?

by on April 27, 2009

Q: I have a PS2 slimeline that I have connected to a wifi laptop with a ethernet cable cat5. The laptop is connected wirelessly to a Belkin router and the router is connected to a verizon DSL modem. My problem is that every time I try to play a game online it tells me that my ISP can’t be reached. When I test the connection it times out. Is there something that I’m not doing?


3 Responses to “Can I connect my PS2 to my laptop and use my laptop was a proxy server?”
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    Take a look at this instruction guide and see if it helps you out: http://www.plus.net/support/broadband/broadband_gaming/ps2_connection_guide.shtml#ics

     
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    the problem with the answer is that my router and dsl modem box are in my bedroom and my laptop and ps2 are in my living room. need to just be able to connect my ps2 to my laptop and have the laptop provide the signal its getting from my router to my ps2. i tried bridgeing the signal but when i check the bridge it cant communicate with dns of the router

     
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    Did you Setup Internet Connection Sharing in Windows to share your Internet connection with your PS2?