Netflix now does forced public DNS lookups on the PS3. To get Netflix working correctly on your PS3, you'll need to perform an additional step of setting up static routes to block public DNS servers. Please click here for more information about static routes and router specific tutorials. 


[Important]
To ensure that Unotelly service is compatible with your current network, please first test out UnoDNS on your PC/Mac,

visit quickstart.unotelly.com  and check for the message "UnoDNS Setup and Account are active."

Once you have confirmed Unotelly service to be compatible, go to www.unotelly.com/unodns/global and note down the two closest DNS server to your current location.


What to expect after UnoDNS setup on your device


 

Step 1: 

Go to Settings Network Settings

Step 2: 

Select Internet Connection Settings

Step 3:Select a setting method

select Custom

Step 4: Select a connection method

Select Wired or Wireless.  

For this tutorial we will demonstrate the Wireless setup.


For Wired setup, skip to Step 8

Step 5: WLAN Settings

Select Scan

Step 6: 

Select your network

Step 7: 

Enter the Wi-Fi password

Step 8: IP Address Settings
Select Automatic

Step 9:Set the DHCP host name

Choose Do Not Set

Step 10: DNS Settings
Change it to Manual

Step 11: 

Enter the two closest Unotelly DNS servers to your location, from our global map:

http://unotelly.com/unodns/global 

Step 12:MTU

Select Automatic


Step 13:Proxy Server

Select Do Not Use


Step 14:UPnP

Select Enable


STEP 15: 
Save the setting and done!
Now go to TV/Video Service -> My Channels, and you should see the list has been updated.