Question about DVD & Blu-Ray Players
Cannot get denon s302 to connect wirelessly to my home network, I am using a netgear d834gt router with a number of other devices connected with no problems
There is another security aspect that might be enable. Its about the mac adress. There is a tab somewhere where you can enable or disable a predefined list of mac adress that will be accepted. So you can usually scan the one around and add the choose one from the list as authorized unit... Also, there is tons of faq and tricks on the netgear website...
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
SOURCE: Just got a Sony BDP-S570.
Hi When your router keeps dropping the connection, the best fix is to update the firmware on the router. Click the link bellow:- http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/306/session/L3NpZC9DRXppQW1maw%3D%3D/kw/f5d8236/r_id/166/sno/1 Thank you for contacting fixya.com
You have 4 different firmware version, select the appropriate version for Eg: If your version number of the router is ver: 3000 then download v 3xxx and update the firmware on the router , that it will fix your issue.
Also if you are having issues with your router dropping the internet almost on a timed interval (ie every 10 seconds) here is what you should do. Doesn't matter what brand the router is, its stuck in a loop and needs your help. You need to find out what your default gateway is (routers IP address = Default gateway) to do this you need to fire up the command prompt.
For Vista and Windows 7
Same as above except you need to do it a little differently at first. type cmd into the start search box and up above you will see a small icon with the words cmd next to it. Right click the icon and choose run as administrator. The rest is the same as above.
Connect to the router by opening a browser window and typing in whatever your default gateway is (remove the http://etc... and type the number in)
Your router will usually ask for a username and password. You can find this either by reading the manual for the router or going to the manufacturer's website and reading the manual.
Next do the following:
1) Backup the routers configuration using the administrator console (save it to the desktop if possible) also make sure you are connected to the router using a WIRED not WIRELESS connection.
2) Go to the router and look at the back, there should be a reset button sometimes its in a hole and you might need to use a pen or unbent paperclip to get at it.
3) Push the button and hold it for no less than 30 seconds. The router should shut down and restart itself a few times.
4) log back into the router and reload your settings using the file you put on the desktop.
5) This is neccessary to do when the routers settings have changed for any reason (i.e. Firmware update etc)
Please get back to us if you have further query else please accept the suggestion.
When your router keeps dropping the connection, the best fix is to update the firmware on the router. Click the link bellow:-
Thank you for contacting fixya.com
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
We have the exact same issue with the BDP-S570 and a Belkin N+ while having no issues with other wireless devices on the network. We have tried different encryption methods and the issues continue. I did read a person recommending that we reset the device to factory defaults after upgrading firmware. I just tried this and will see how long the Sony stays connected.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
SOURCE: my toshiba BDX2700 has an
Seems like the DNS on your router has failed to provide address info for your BR player. I would first try this:
If that still fails, I suspect that your router's DHCP table has a problem with it. You may need to consult your router's manual for instructions on how to clear the DHCP table. The easiest way to do this is to perform a factory reset on the router. You will have to redo any configurations you may have applied to the router such as WiFi name (SSID) and pasword.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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