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Gateway ping failed

Hi, I just bought samsung blue ray bd-5500c. I have lynksys router model wrtu54g-tm. I had rosewill rnx-n100 LAN adopter. I am trying to connect blue ray using rnx-n100 to Internet. I changed ip address, gateway.when I try doing network test, it just don't go past gateway ping. I called samsung, lynksys,verizon but no advice worked. I already tried turning my router firewall off.I will really appreciate any help and advice. Thanks in advance.

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"I changed ip address, gateway.when I try doing network test

"I changed ip address, gateway.when I try doing network test"

In the Cnet Networking forum we suggest letting the router assign all that. If it fails to get an IP, fix that.
Bob

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same here

I have the same issue. Bought a UN55C9000 and own an Apple airport extreme. Hooked up the internet and it worked great the first night. Next morning when I woke up it failed. Entered all the router info manually and now it fails on "Gateway Ping". I have so many other items connected to this network; my iMac, a laptop, my iPhone, PS3... even the wireless touchscreen remote that came with the TV stays connected but for some reason the TV fails. I find this very disheartening after spending the amount of money I did on this. Searched all over the net and there are no straight answers. How is it that it works one day and not the next? Very suspect.

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"Entered all the router info manually"

In the Cnet Networking forum we don't suggest such a setup. You are very much on your own on setups we don't cover in that forum.

That doesn't help those that have other issues but I can tell you that better than 9 out of 10 networks just work withing minutes of me setting up the router per the Cnet Forum suggested settings.
Bob

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