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Trying to use network easy settings to connect to the internet using the panasonic DMR-BW880, the LAN cable connection gets a pass and the IP address settings says that the home network is available, but connection to gateway failed., not sure what to do from here, asks to check the settings of broadband router. It is currently setup as a wireless homenet work. Can someone point me in the right direction.

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This could be a few things. 1) Did you ever set p your router to only put out so many IP addresses? Meaning normally it is set for 50 IPs but a lot of people go in and set the IPs up for only how many computers are on it. This causes problems when people come over your house and connect their phones and such. 2) Some time when you put on new devices you have to reset your router. It has conflicts sometimes and all that is needed is a good reboot. 3) I don't know your unit but make sure you have everything setup to be auto on your device. Meaning auto ip, DNS and, Gateway on your player is set that way. 4) It maybe that your cable is bad. Just to make sure it isn't the cable try it on a laptop. Making sure you turn off your wireless on the laptop when you try this. Is the cable is bad the wireless will still pick up an IP faking you out thinking it works.
Hope this helps.

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