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Samsung Blu-ray E6100 looses WLAN connection & fails to re-connect

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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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?

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