Playstation 3 updating slow
Being location and load sensitive is important and will affect speed and stability in a connection, take a look at screen cap below of the Open DNS cache for one of PSN's Download servers So lets breakdown the list here; Speakeasy in Texas, Verizon in Rhode Island and Cox in Arizona ALL point to the SAME IP addresses!That's a lot of users to point to 2 individual addresses First you need to pick a DNS servermy recommendations Open DNS is very reliable and has several server farms throughout the world2.2222.220Google Public DNS220.127.116.11.8.4.4or find your own with this DNS Benchmark tool Configure your PS3 to use Open DNS or Google Public DNS Servers or any other DNS Server you want to use It's easy and quick to change Go to Settings on the XMB, select Network Settings and hit Internet Connection Settings Click OK, then under 'Select a setting method', select Custom Choose the type of connection you use.Once you start it, open any website you want in it.With a website open, on your PS3 controller press R3 (click down the right stick of the controller) to zoom into the website.Now that is has slowed down to not too often, I don't mind it nearly as much.
Open the web browser on your PS3 by heading to on the XMB and then scrolling down until you find the browser.
LOLI know it sounds funny, but make sure your media sharing is disabled while playing.
It's kind of a PITA to have to re-discover your server every time, but I have a wired connection and as soon as I did this all my downloads are fine now I never had this problem until I tried updating to v3.10.
Just because this browser is on your PS3, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t suffer from the problems that more “traditional” browsers suffer from.
As such, your PS3 browser can also start suffering from slow loading times.It will be faster for people that have slow connections with their PS3.