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HELP !!!!!Samsung 860 TV will NOT connect to my router!

by dinainverso / January 1, 2010 1:40 AM PST

My 3600 BluRay had no issues- but the TV says Network connection issues it fails every time!


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HELP !!!!!Samsung 860 TV will NOT connect to my router!
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / January 1, 2010 10:22 AM PST


Are you using the same LinkStick that came with the BD-P3600? If so, you may need to purchase an additional LinkStick. The WIS09ABGN2 LinkStick only works with the BD-P3600 Blu-Ray player.


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LinkStick for Samsung TV
by dinainverso / January 1, 2010 11:19 AM PST


I purchased the LinkStick that goes with the TV for the TV.

It fails the gateway connection on every try.

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Will any wireless LAN work?
by wamathews / January 2, 2010 6:58 AM PST

I have two Samsung products that are LAN capable. Can I use any USB wirelss LAN adapter, or does it have to be a Samsung Linkstick? I expect that it is propriatary, right?

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Will any wireless LAN work?
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / January 2, 2010 10:36 AM PST


That is correct, the LinkStick USB devices are proprietary. However, if you're savvy at networking and feel like trying your hand at a wireless bridge and a switch, you might be able to hook both units up to the same bridge. Unfortunately, Samsung can't support anything except the LinkStick, but if you do go the other route, I would recommend getting the same brand of bridge and switch as your router.

Does that help?


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Thanks for the help
by wamathews / January 2, 2010 12:06 PM PST


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Samsung Linkstick and Belkin N router
by dinainverso / January 2, 2010 9:10 PM PST

I still canot get this linkstick to connect to my router- Belkin was no help and said to contact Samsung ( who said to contact Belkin!?)

It fails the gateway ping everytime.

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by jwklaw / March 10, 2010 6:38 AM PST

Samsung Expert, please see my recent post below and help. I have no clue what is wrong.

thanks in advance

BD-P3600 Compatible with Belkin N+ Wireless Router
by jwklaw - 3/8/10 8:54 PM

Hi, I have the BD-P3600 and just purchased the Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4). Can anyone tell me how to change the settings to make it compatible with my BD-P3600?

I'm not that computer savy, so if you can try to make it clear as possible, I would appreciate it. I previously had a Linksys Router that worked, but it was a G and was too slow.

Any assistance is appreciated.


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Can't connect to router
by BlueMoonAthena / March 14, 2010 12:42 AM PST

dinainverso: try setting your router to a different type of security setting. For example, if you currently have your router set up with WPA_PSK, try WEP instead.

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