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What does it mean when the DVD player says "Wired Dynamic IP is not set"?

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SOURCE: problems with netgear wireless router

picolas and nannysboy,

You can setup your router any way you like after accessing it. You don't need software for NetGear. All you have to do to access the control panel is:

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Type in this ip address -
  3. Configure the router as you see fit. It's fairly simple and has built in help guides.
If you cannot connect by wireless, do the above while connected by a LAN cable (looks like a telephone cable, only fatter and wider).

The router should be connected as follows:
  1. WAN port directly to cable/dsl modem.
  2. Any port (1-4) running out to your computer.
Please let me know if this helps. Good luck!

Posted on Mar 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Dynamic IP address

There are two kinds of IP addresses: Dynamic and Static. A dynamic IP address changes (refreshes)from time to time while a static IP address remains constant. Dynamic IP is in most cases considerably cheaper than a static IP which for single users probably isn't worth the extra expense.

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SOURCE: IP settings

Yes it is but you'll have to get the Dynamic IP from a DHCP server or a router capable of doing DHCP. If you have one of these then all you need to do is:

Control Panel
Network Connections
Double Click on the network link your using
Under the Connection uses the Following Box Click
Obtain an IP Address automatically

and your done. This is for XP but Vistas pretty much the same with some slight differences
Like I said before though u'll need a DHCP source external to your PC to give you an address

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: No Internet access. Wep personal Connects to

1. You possibly may have the IP address statically assigned in the NIC card properties and or the router. ???
2. Go to the control panel then to network then check the properties of the TCP/IP procol properties to see if you have it set to "obtain an ip automatically"
also see if you have " DNS to obtain automaticall".
3.Unplug the ethernet cord for about 30 seconds the connect it back to the ethernet port.
4. check to see if you have a connection to the internect.
5. call your ISP to see if you line has had any disconnects or maintenance.
6. check the router status ( this will tell you if you have disconnected from the ISP 's server and need a possible reset .
7. Do a ipconfig /all to see if you have the "media disconnect" error > this is done by going to the command prompt and typing "cmd" enter then you DOS prompt will show.
8. check you status lights on the router to give this information to the tech when calling your ISP to walk you through a reset or check the connection on the DSL/ CABLE line.
I hope this helps. Have a great day!ormation to the tech when calling your ISP to walk you through a reset or check the connection on the DSL/ CABLE line.

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2. There is no connection between your PC and Broadband Device or ISP wired or wirelessly (very likely)
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4. Some firewall software when improperly configured are known to block all ports and services. This can block TCP Ports 67 and 68 used by DHCP Client/Server communication (quite likely)
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d) If wired connection works, is IP assignment static or by DHCP?
e) What Boardband device is in use? In which mode is the device set to? Router/Bridge
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