Looking at your IP addresses, my first guess is that the DNS entry is wrong.
Even though Network Test went through OK, your router is not a DNS server, and your TV will have trouble getting out of LAN.
DNS IP has to be a *real* IP. In your Router setup (http://192.168.0.1), look for DNS or DNS 1 field. Usually under Status (although I am not familiar with your brand of routers) or something like that. If you have DNS 1 and DNS 2, take note of the first IP. That's your DNS IP that needs to be put into the TV Network Setup...
Hope this helps,
I bought a Series 7 Samsung LED TV recently. I am trying to setup the LAN and hence the Internet Connectivity..
I am using Netgear WiFi Router with Broadband connection. My desktop is conneted via Cable and my laptop is via Wireless.. both working fine.
I connected the LAN port in the TV with one of the ethernet ports on the router using a LAN cable. I also set up the Network in the TV with 'Manual' and input the ip address as below
The Network test showed all were right..
But when I pressed the 'Internet@TV' button in the remote, the 'Connecting..' message came but errored out with 'Service not supported'.. Not sure what this means.. nor am I sure when this setup is correct.