If you have read some of my other blog entries on using Joikuspot you will know I had issues with getting both Nokia N810 and the PSP to connect to the wifi network created by the Joikuspot software on the Nokia N95.
Recently found this blog post from last year which seems to confirm my thoughts that as I said in a previous blog entry:
I suspect that though the N95 is acting as a wireless router, it is still “seen” by other devices as an ad hoc wireless network rather than an infrastructure wireless network and for some reason the N810 doesn’t like this and therefore does not get a valid IP address from the N95.
The blog says quoting the Joikuspot FAQ that
“E) Why doesn’t JoikuSpot work with Sony PSP or Nintendo DS?
Sony PSP and Nintendo DS require WLAN infrastructure mode. JoikuSpot does not support this yet.”
“D) Why does JoikuSpot appear as computer to computer (ad hoc) network?
Currently Symbian OS used in Nokia phones does not support WLAN infrastructure mode.”
Seriously thinking about getting a MiFi now.