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PostSubject: play any Sony PSP game online   Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:35 am

What you need:

  • XLink KAI - download here
  • A Sony PSP
  • A Linksys WRT54G or WRT546S or Buffalo WBR-G54 wireless router
  • Custom PSP / XLink KAID router firmware - download here (ensure you grab the latest version)
  • Very basic knowledge of routers/firewalls

Preparing XLink Kai

  1. After downloading XLink KAI, proceed with the installation - it's a very simple procedure, just run the "xlinkkaievo7.exe" executable.
  2. Next you'll need to create an "XTag" which will be your XLink user name. Click here to create your XTag now!
  3. Head to Start -> Programs -> XLink KAI Evolution 7 and run Start KAI Config Tool
  4. Under UI select Java
  5. Check Enable PAT, Launch UI and enter your XTag information
  6. Uncheck Launch Engine - the engine will be running on the router

Flashing your Wireless Router

  1. Open up the web based router configuration, typically located at http://192.168.1.1. Log in.
  2. Browse to the Administration -> Firmware Upgrade page
  3. Select the firmware that you downloaded earlier and DO NOT reset factory defaults.
  4. Press Upgrade. NOTE: we do not take any responsibility if this firmware renders your router useless.

Preparing the Router

  1. After the router reboots, log into the web administration interface
  2. Disable Wireless -> MAC Filter
  3. Browse to Administration and enter your XLink information under "Kaid Config"
  4. Interface will be either:

    • br0 - this will allow both Xbox and PSP to function on all 3 routers
    • eth2 - PSP only on Linksys WRT54G 1.0 and 1.1, and Buffalo WBR-G54 routers
    • eth1 - PSP only on Linksys WRT54G 2.0 and 2.2 routers


NOTE: locate the version # beneath the router
Browse to Administration -> Kaid
  • Start Kaid - this will launch the intergrated XLink Kai engine


    Play Online!

    1. Fire up your PSP and load the game which uses Ad Hoc for multiplayer. (Wipeout Pure, Ridge Racer, etc...)
    2. Fire up the XLink KAI and go to Menu -> Settings.
    3. Under the GUI settings, specify the IP address of the KAID engine (IP address of your router)
    4. Also enter your XTag information
    5. Connect and join the PSP Arena
    6. Select the game you wish to play
    7. On your PSP, put the game in multiplayer mode - join or host a game
    8. Back at the router configuration under Administrator -> Kaid press "Scan PSP"
    9. If all goes well, XLink and the router should detect your PSP, allowing you to begin game play!

    Tips and Help: if you're experiencing problems

    • Note: Any wireless devices on your existing network will not be functional while the router is operating in Ad Hoc (PSP) mode.
    • If the KAID engine is unable to start, ensure your router's DNS configuration settings are working correctly.
    • If
      XLink is unable to detect your PSP, please ensure your router can
      first. View the status of this under the web-based configuration for
      your router by going to Administration -> Kaid - you should see the current SSID of your PSP and the Wireless Mode should state PSP.
    • Often times I've noticed I'll have to keep clicking "Scan PSP" in order for XLink to initially detect your PSP

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