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I purchased the lg an-wf100 dongle. It connects to my wifi but is asking for a manual ip entry. I have a 42lg5500 led tv. The manual/automatic field is frayed out, so is the DNS field.

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Sounds like your router isn't set for DHCP. Try entering an IP address that isn't in use on your network. You'll find the IP address range in your routers settings. Either that, or set your router to DHCP. Hope this helps.

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Matt

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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    Where do you find the IP address range in your routers settings?

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Have purchased a 50inch luxor television when i


The WIFi dongle maybe loose or has lost its settings.

Make sure it has a good line of sight to the router and is not hidden behind the TV.
You can set up the settings manually
.The other thing which may help is to go into TV menus under network and change from 'manual' and use your own details;
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I have a 60LN5710 LG Smart TV. I want to connect to the internet. I plugged in an LG AN-WF100 dongle. At first I couldn't find my AP. A few days later I found it and connected to internet, however I...


Hi,

Sometimes these types of issues are difficult to troubleshoot remotely (in this case, you've got 4 potential points to address: TV, dongle, router and ISP.)

If your TV and/or dongle utilize specific ports outside of the "norm," you may need to manually configure your router to allow for this.

Depending on the distance your AP/router is from the TV/dongle, the signal may not be strong enough. (Or, the signal coming from the AP may be present--you can confirm this with another wireless device--and maybe it's just the dongle itself has a poor range.)

Also, the dongle itself may be defective. Generally, there is some form of configuration that needs to be done, one way or the other, either on the computer, or on the TV itself (like a setup option).

Most likely, it's not an ISP-related issue.

Also, try to contact Sharp Technical support. They should be able to give you some recommendations that may prove helpful.

If all else fails, see if you can track down one of the dongles listed as being compatible in the TV manual, or find a dongle that's advertised as being compatible with your specific television, as that might be your best bet.

Good Luck!

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Wireless dongle AN-WF100 for LG tv. I need its IP address to connect to the internet. How can I find the IP address of th wireless dongle?


There is a great article at Working with Windows Wireless Networks
If you need more help post back! Thumbs and testimonial are welcome!

There a great article at General Router Setup.
If you need more help post back!
Thumbs and testimonial are welcome!

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My recently purchased LG 32LD550 TV is wireless ready. I purchased a LG AN-WF100 USB adapater but the wireless control input on the TV is of a different configuration. It seems to be a smaller connection...


The wireless control input on the back of the TV is not is not for a wireless adapter. It is used to connect a wireless media box, which you don't have. I have the same TV and use the wireless adapter. You want to plug your LG AN-WF100 into one of the USB ports on the left side of the TV.

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Hi i received my wireless dongle AN-WF100 but i can,t connect it to my lg 52lcd550 plz help to set up thx


Click here for support pertaining to the installation of LG wireless dongle:
http://www.lg.com/us/tv-audio-video/accessories/LG-tv-accessories-AN-WF100.jsp

On this webpage, visit all the tabs to know more about this accessory.

For further clarifications, please revert!
Thanks for asking.

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Arvind S Iyer

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