|I've just purchased a Playstation 3 slim and I hope to be able to stream media from my laptop on my existing wireless-N network.|
Unfortunately, the PS3 does not support N, so I dug up an old wireless-G router. Just to at least get the PS3 onto the Playstation Network, I connected the G router (LAN port) to the N router (LAN port), disabled DHCP, and connected the PS3 wirelessly to the G router. As it stands, the PS3 can surf the internet, but can't find any media servers such as my laptop.
I suppose my question is how can I configure my network so that I'd be able to share files as if they're all connected to one router?
My laptop's sitting on the N wireless access point, with Windows Media Player 11 ready to share stuff.