I am having trouble connecting my ps3 to my wireless internet, I have checked and restarted my router multiple times and strangely enough my laptop can connect to my wireless internet very easily.
Please can someone help me figure out whats wrong with my ps3 and help me fix it.
what solved my problem was simply moving the cordless phone away from my ps3. Because it was blocking the wifi signal from reaching. For those of you skeptical about this go. I tried everything else unplugging the router disabling the wifi for a few minutes, restoring settings. All to no avail, than my friend tells me to move my cordless phone because it's blocking the wifi. At first I didn't believe him but tried it anyway. And tada it worked like a charm, so it helps to try every option than just assuming. There isn't a one size fits all solution.
I can see that you posted your question 2 years ago and got an answer for it but I would like to point something out with ps3 and wireless conections.
Even if all your settings are corect (you ran the network wizzard / set up the wireless conection and suceeded) AND YOU MANAGE TO CONNECT to the PSN and use the internet you cannot acces the store or connect to the in-game servers.
The reason for this weird behaviour COULD BE THE SPEED STANDARD OF YOUR ROUTER (it sounds strange but believe me ... it is true). The PS3 network controller knows only wireless-b and -g standards, while newer routers use by default "mixed mode b-g-n". If you do not set your wireless speed to G (which is 54mbps ... you shouldn't need more) your PlayStation Console WON'T LET YOU ACCES SOME ONLINE FEATURES.
This answer might seem not to logic to a person with networking skills.