Custom Connection Settings
This setting is available only on PS3™ systems that are equipped with the wireless LAN feature.
If a device that supports remote play is registered with a PS3™ system that is equipped with the wireless LAN feature, a network connection for remote play with a specific SSID and encryption key (WPA key) is automatically created for both systems, and the systems are able to communicate with each other in infrastructure mode. If you select [Custom Connection Settings], you can manually change the SSID and encryption key that are set on the PS3™ system. It is usually not necessary to adjust these settings.
|SSID||Set the SSID.
You can enter any SSID that you like.
|WLAN Security Setting||Set the security method.
You can only select [WPA-PSK (AES)] for remote play settings.
|WPA Key||Set an encryption key.
You can enter any key that you like. The encryption key is displayed as a series of asterisks. You will need the key that you set here if you change the network connection for the device that supports remote play. Make note of the key for future reference.
If the SSID and WPA keys are changed for the PS3™ system, the SSID and WPA keys must also be changed to the same values for the network connection of the device that supports remote play. Be sure to register the device that supports remote play again after changing these values.