+ 0 Votes Well, sort of robo_dev August 26, 2013 at 9:08am PST While a PS3 can do WPA-2 it cannot do PEAP, LEAP, or other authentication methods. A router cannot do this either. The only way to make this work (besides getting your LAN port fixed) would be to: a) configure a PC to use Internet Connection Sharing. The PC would need both wired and wireless interfaces. b) install a router application, either a windows-based one, or some Linux-based dedicated router. It too, would need both interfaces. c) Buy a Cisco 'workgroup bridge' ($$$) which can do PEAP and connect to college WLAN. What you need is a WLAN bridge that does PEAP...only Cisco makes that, or you roll your own using a router app or ICS. + 0 Votes Thanks, still could use a bit more help if possible. NFL 2K5 Updated - August 29, 2013 at 7:20am PST Thank you for the reply. I think option 3 is a bit too expensive for me. Option one seems to need a router in all the guides that I have looked up regarding that. I tried downloading a router application, and I seem to get an error. I will try working around more, but what exactly do you mean by needing both a wired and wireless interface? + 0 Votes It means the PC that you install the router application on robo_dev August 29, 2013 at 7:20am PST Needs to have a wired ethernet adapter and a wireless adapter Now that I think of it, what you need is built into windows, it's called Internet Connection Sharing ICS lets you connect to the Internet over one network interface and connect other stuff to the network on the other network interface. It's a little tricky, but easier than setting up a router application. You then configure the PC to connect to school network via wired Ethernet, setup ICS, and then configure the game console to connect to it. Personally I have set this sort of thing up using an old app called Winroute, but I think ICS will work.