Question about Samsung Bd-E6100 3D Blu-Ray Player
I have a Huawei Wireless Router and all other attached devices work fine. I have MAC filtering and secure access (WPA/WPA2) enabled and it has connected thru to Internet successfully. BUT it keeps loosing the connection and reverting to a 'default' IP address and unable to connect into the Wireless Network. Problem is not solved when entering all WLAN details (IP, DNS, Gateway etc) manually. Anyone any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found a solution that worked for me by prowling around various Apple discussion forums. The two keys to the solution for me were numbers 3 and 5 below.
1. Opened print/fax preferences
2. Opened Add printer by clicking the +
3. For protocol, select HP jetdirect-socket (not IPP or LDP)
4. Determined the IP address for my Belkin wired print server and typed this into the Address line of printer setup
5. Manually selected the printer driver as ML-2010. It is in the list of drivers but is in the M's, not under the Samsung drivers.
6. This worked for me. I've seen reports from people who had to power cycle their print server and/or printer as well.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
If WLAN and Wireless cards are enabled, then you may have to unplug your router for 10 seconds to reset it. They tend to build up a static charge. Unplug wireless router for 10 seconds, plug back in and you should be fine in a minute or two with full connectivity
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Forgive me if you know this already IP address needs to be different to the Apple one. If the Apple one is 192.168.0.1 make the Samsung 192.168.0.2. subnet 255.255.255.0. Gateway should be the same as the apple number.. DNS can be left to automatic but if stuck use 18.104.22.168. Check the security settings on both the Apple and the Samsung are set to the same type
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
I am not an expert a "tinkerer"at best but I do have the 3600 like you and I have no problems connecting. Make sure there aren't any spaces or special characters in you router name. Follow your instruction manual and get the 3600 connected first then try netflix: Menu, setup, network, set your settings and it will tell you available networks, choose yours, enter your security code then do a connection test. If its not connecting at what step are you having a problem?
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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