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Ping is used to check for a network path to a specific host.
In this case the script will ping from domain.com to the
host you provide. Ping should be the first TCP/IP diagnostic
tool you use when tracking down a network problem. Ping uses
a series of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP,
often-pronounced eye-comp) messages, that produces
an Echo message to which every host responds. When Ping
uses the ICMP messages and replies, it can determine whether
the other system is alive, and also compute the round-trip
delay in communicating with that system. So Ping can show
you how fast the connection is between two ip addresses or
please ping your router gateway,for seeing default gateway you take command prompt and type ipconfig, there you can see your default gateway then type ping gatewayip (eg: ping 192.168.0.1) if you are getting reply from that gateway your computer communicating with your router.If you are getting request timedout then there is a problen in communication.If you are getting the reply then you just ping google (ping www.google.com).getting reply the connection to the internet is fine.If not there is problen in internet connection in the router.
I'm not sure if I'm reading this right but, Is the Access Point in your apt? Or are you trying to access his router directly with your 'Player?
If you are trying to connect to an actual Access Point, try connecting to the AP from your computer either wireless or via the Ethernet cable and set it up to access his router/internet. When you can surf the Web or access his network on the computer using the AP then unplug the cable if you used it and just go into the Samsung's network settings and try again.
The only other thing I can think of is make sure his router is set to MIX, b/g/n speeds.
What did you use to make the CDs and what error messages or deviant behavior are you seeing? Nero Wayback? If they're not bootable, boot the relevant software recovery system and set that to use the CDs.
If it's not booting from any bootable CD because the BIOS settings prevent that, go into the BIOS and permit booting from optical drives (CD/DVD/BD) or reset the BIOS then go in and set things properly.
if you are trying to ping the router from the outside internet, the ping function is probably shut off. If you are trying to ping the router from a local pc either the pc is not connected to the router network or the router network is not the same as the pc network (example: router gateway ip is 192.168.55.1 and your pc is looking for 192.168.1.1. Check the router gateway id. If you can get to the router, you are probably ok.
I'm not familiar with that particular router, but all of them are about the same. You can go in and edit firewall settings to allow a particular IP address to have access. Don't disable the firewall completely, just set it to allow that I.P address to have full access.
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 220.127.116.11. Check the security settings on both the Apple and the Samsung are set to the same type
Check CNET Samsung forum. There are several posts with the same problem. A couple solutions and basic confirmation that Samsungs newest fireware is bad. I wish their support helpdesk would realize that instead of telling me to contact my router support.