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Serie 5 Led TV withou internet connection
The model is UN32C5000 and I cannot connect to the internet I get the error mentioned above.
I hope anyone could help me
If you have FIOS internet, that could be the source of your problem.
Internet problem with Serie 5 LED TV
It doesn't work with a laptop-shared Internet Connection. The WIS09ABGN or WIS10ABGN LinkStick or a wired connection are required to connect to the Internet.
TV link to laptop
Not sure how it relates to your setup, but I have had a TV working through a laptop (XP) using a bridged connection between two wired network ports. I did this before I acquired a local LAN switch. I previously tried bridging to the laptop's wireless port, but my router wouldn't handle DLNA over wireless - I expect the Internet@TV functions could have been OK, though I don't remember the details.
This might help:
Hi everybody, finally it works, I could connect to internet through my laptop via Internet Connection Share, I configured the TV with DHCP and it connects to internet, I fixed the Issue disabling the Windows firewall it causes me a headache
Now I have another big question, what is it useful for =?
What can I do on my TV? It ran the network test and the internet connection was successful. Can I visit a web page or something like that?
Thanks to all for your help
I wasn't aware you could do that. Nicely done.
While there aren't any Apps available on that model (and no web pages on any of our models this year), you can stream content from your PC to your TV, and also perform updates for your TV if updates become available.
and then what?
I connected my TV ua40c5000 via LAN port at the back to a router. It sets up automatically, passes the test and then what? What can we do with the connection?
The manual says (page 23) quote You can set up your TV so that it can access the Internet through your LAN using wired or wireless connection endquote.
There is no mention of additional Apps, don't you think it is supposedly ready to access the internet?
Thank you in advance mr HD_Tech, I am looking forward to hearing your advice.
and then what
that's it your done. There are no apps for that model. You can hook your TV to your PC and use a file share program. There is no internet at TV on that model. If your tv needs an upgrade it will go directly to the Samsung site to find it.
How to i actually browse web pages?
I have a series 5 Samsung tv and want to watch movies from lovefilm on it. I bought the WIS12ABGNX Wireless Wi-Fi USB Adaptor which allows me to connect to the internet wirelessly. This works fine but where do i find a browser on the tv to actually access the internet? I can't see any way of doing it?
I don't have a laptop just a standalone Apple Mac. Do i need to connect my mac to the tv somehow? If so can i do it wirelessly?
Many thanks in advance
Re: How to actually browse web pages?
Generally, any browser will be prominently displayed. But I can check to see if your model should have a browser; please provide the complete model code for this device.
Connection issue with UN40EH5305 LED TV
I'm having an issue with internet connection as well. The TV model is UN40EH5305
The home network setup I'm using looks like this:
I have a router that provides wired connection to my PC and wireless connection to laptops, phone, xbox, etc..
My TV is in a different room and I am using an Zyxel access point in universal repeater mode as a connection point. It connects to TV with an Ethernet cable.
The automatic network setup assigns a proper IP/subnet/gateway/... to TV. It is listed among other devices connected to router as well. It can be pinged from my PC and I can access shared files from local network.
However, it cannot get Internet access. Network test fails on the gateway ping stage.
I connected other devices to the exact same Ethernet cable and all of them got connection without issues.
I was advised to update my firmware to the latest version by Samsung support, but it didn't help.
Any suggestions? I'm actually a bit confused here...
We've seen that fail.
Over repeaters this fails a lot. I've had much better luck with client modes. If a direct ethernet line works, there is some issue with the bridge devices.
And no, I have rarely fixed the bridge devices. I replace them. Very upsetting to consumers that paid 100 bucks for a device that I can't fix, use or work around.
Re: Connection issue with UE40EH5305 LED TV
Thank you for fast replies!
Sorry, my bad. the model is UE40EH5305.I've tested network connection without any other devices being online to minimize traffic and got same result. Power cycle didn't help either.
Thanks for the tip about access point operation mode. I'll try it in client mode as soon as I can!
Good luck and please?
Please avoid posting in old discussions. I have a lot more about networking with Samsung posted in the CNET Networking Forum under "Samsung Owners Start Here."