Welcome back to the series of Network errors for the Sony Playstation 5 console. We are back with yet another error code and its fixes. In this article, we will be looking at the NW-102307-3 PS5 error code and how you can go about fixing it. Let’s dive right in:
From running out of stock immediately after release to restocking across the world, the Sony Playstation 5 has come a long way. The console has managed to outsell its competitors, solidifying its seat at the top of the charts. This comes as no surprise, as the Playstation series of gaming consoles have been dominating the gaming console market for a long time now.
The console comes jam-packed with features. These include Ray tracing, HDR support, 8k compatibility, you can expect your gaming experience to be a great one. Worried about your PS4 and its extensive game library? Worry not, the PS5 comes with a Backward Compatability feature, which allows users to play games released for its predecessors.
NW-102307-3 PS5 error code
Let’s look at the NW-102307-3 PS5 error code. The abovementioned error is accompanied by the following message:
A communication error has occurred.
Here are some steps you can follow to fix the error:
Check your server status for maintenance information
Restart your console.
Use a wired connection whenever possible.
If you can’t use a wired connection, make sure you reduce the distance between the console and your network equipment. Ensure there aren’t any obstructions between the same.
Restart your modem and router.
Consider updating the firmware of your router. (For details on how to update, please contact the router vendor.)
Consider opening these ports. TCP: 80, 443, 3478, 3479, 3480 and UDP: 3478, 3479,49152～65535.
Your ISP (Internet service provider) can guide you regarding the same.
Go to the network settings, and set up a static IP address manually to improve it.
It could be improved by changing DNS settings temporarily.
You can do this by going to the DNS settings in the Network Settings, and configuring your network settings with the number of the public DNS that is free and open to the public by companies or organizations.If the solutions mentioned above don’t seem fruitful, there is probably temporary line congestion. Wait for some time and try again.
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