Just stumbled on a much better way to the guy that gave me advice... no programs whatsoever. Network settings > Internet Connection Settings > Custom > Set everything as normal) > Set Primary DNS IP to 18.104.22.168. Works flawless.
Thanks for the help though, and i hope this helps others that can't connect via proxy progs.
Hate them middle men, i popped the ip address you gave into the browser, the page is blank apart from this message.
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If you happen to have Linux-box running 24/7, this might be an interesting alternative.
Requirements: Any machine/OS capable of running a DNS-server and HTTP-server
(I used a Bind 9 DNS-server and Apache 2 HTTP server on a dedicated virtual machine running Ubuntu 9.10.)
Solution presented: Change the DNS-server setting in you PlayStation 3 to connect to the custom DNS-server and redirect everything from *.ps3.update.playstation.net to the HTTP-server, presenting the PlayStation 3 with 'old' update lists.
Note: if you already have a DNS-server and HTTP-server in play, you can most likely fit it right into the existing infrastructure.
Doesn't seem to work for me. When I run test connection it fails internet check.
if you get failed internet checking while doing a test, either stop the proxy and start it again and then do a connection test
stop the proxy, turn off the ps3, turn on the ps3 start the proxy and do a connection test