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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
The most common problem here is that the access point is using some encryption like WEP etc. and the player is not configured for the secure link. So it will see the AP, but can't connect to it.
You either need to setup the WEP keys on the player in the settings, or remove the security on the access point (Not recommended) Also check the preamble, the key type, open / shared etc.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
Do me a favor first, shut everything down and unplug it all the tv the stick and the router and get back to me, thanks, I don't want you to spend money if there is no need,
Posted on May 23, 2010
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Unfortunately, this player has to use a wired network. (The Samsung WIS09 Wireless USB Adaptor is not compatible with the BD-P1500; it is compatible with the P1600.) Most wireless routers have a 4-port switch built in. If you can position your router in a place where the computers in your network can find the signal but gives you an easy wire run, do so with RJ-45 Cat5e or Cat 6 cable. Otherwise, you will need to run cable in the walls, in an attic or in a basement/crawlspace or use a second unit (wireless router (that can work as a switch), wireless switch or bridge with RJ-45 ports) to connect the TV to the primary router. Running cables will depend on your home, this can be easy or hard.
I hope this helps.
(In general I prefer wired networks. There is much less trouble-shooting for signal loss. Adding an extra switch adds to the issue.)
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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