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Roku will not find my network


Try moving your Roku closer to your wireless router for a better signal.( Try scanning for networks again with your Roku, through the wireless settings window) If your wireless router is set to hidden mode, you will need to login to your router, and temporarily change it's mode to visible while connecting your Roku device. Once you've connected successfully, you can change the router back to hidden mode.

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No wireless connection


Try connecting to a different router.
If it does connect, then your router is the problem.
If it does not connect, then your ROKU has a problem with its wireless adapter.

Mar 12, 2014 | Cisco Linksys E1200 Wireless-N Router

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Have new computer - need to transfer


Your Roku is associated with your network, not an individual computer. Go to support.roku.com for assistance in recovering your password if you do not have it.

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Can not connect our roku to our wireless


There is very little information on this unit, I suggest you contact ROKU customer service directly.

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I have a Roku, which allows me to transfer Netflix films to my TV. Since we no longer have a WiFi it must be attached by wire. I have a Linksys Cisco router. Can yo give me directions on installing both...


Okay, the router "if needed" first. Do you need a router? A router is used mainly to connect multiple devices to one internet connection. The Roku is one, if you have computer(s) also, then yes you need a router. Is the Linksys router wireless?
From the wall the coaxial cable TV/internet cable goes into the cable modem and another coaxial to the Cable box. Wire to the TV as desired. From the cable modem to the router use a RJ 45 cable into the WAN/Internet port. Now use another RJ 45 cable to the Roku and RJ 45's to the other ports marked 1 to 4 as needed for computers. If the Linksys router is wireless you can set up everything wirelessly.
Instructions for setting up the Roku is at the link below.
http://support.roku.com/entries/244199-how-do-i-set-up-my-roku-player
Good luck,
Cullen

May 19, 2011 | Linksys Computers & Internet

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Where can I find my WPE or WPA passphrase to hook up my roku thru my cisco


using internet explorer browse to http://192.168.1.1
if u dont remember the default login it is blank and the password is admin
go to wireless button and click on wireless security.
the passphase will be display there if u have it setup as WEP or WPA.

Mar 28, 2011 | Cisco - Linksys Wireless-n Home Router -...

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ROKU can't connect to local area network.


Have you got past the point where the Roku updates itself? If not, connect the Roku to the router via ethernet to get to that point. Make sure you can watch something on the Roku. Then try connecting wirelessly.
2. If you are still having trouble, connect the Roku directly to the modem. (this is temporary). If you can get the Roku to work, the problem is with your router and not the Roku.
3. Restore all the connections - it would be a good idea to reboot everything: Let the modem come back up, then the router, then the Roku.
4. Check for firmware updates for your router.
5. If you are still having trouble, post the make and model number of your router.

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I get the following message when I try to open the setup on a Cisco http://192.168.1.1/ "is not available" I am trying to add a ROKU Netflix player via wireless


Follow these steps one by one and check:

1. Disconnect the Router from the Computer and connect it again.

2. Reboot/Restart the Router by turning it OFF and ON after one minute.

3. Check the connecting wire is properly connected.

4. Open the command prompt and ping 192.168.1.1

5. Try changing the connecting Wire.

6. Try to login using different Computer.

7. Reset the Router by pressing the reset button and configure it again.

NOTE: Always try to login to a Router using a Wired connection not using a Wireless connection.

Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sep 16, 2009 | Linksys WRT160N Wireless Router

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