"I have defined the LAN Stick MAC Address to my router"
This means you have MAC filtering turned on. The advice in the CNET Networking forum tells us that MAC filtering is not adding security to our network today. The short version is to go with the router defaults except for ISP needs, then WPA-PSK for security. If you hide the SSID then you find some systems drop connections.
Then again there are folk that insist on MAC filters and hidden SSID. I can't help those folk but have to let them ask the router and device makers to get it to work.
Hello Everyone -
First off, thank you for your assistance. I recently received my new UN55C7000WF TV and now I'm trying to get it to connect wireless to my home network. I purchased the AK96-01194A LAN Stick (USB) from the Samsung Parts website. It stated this was the one to use with my TV. I have a D-Link DIR-655N router, and have all my printers and computers hooked up both wired and wireless. I'm running 802.11n with no problems. I have attached the LAN Stick as directed and I cannot get it to connect to my network. I have defined all the information including my SSID, IP address, DNS names, etc. I have defined the LAN Stick MAC Address to my router. it can find my SSID, but when it goes thru the IP PING TEST, it fails and says it cannot find my router. I have worked on this for over 8 hours and have no solution. This is becomming very frustrating to say the least. Can anyone provide me with step by step procedures I should be following, and or examples that show how to setup the LAN Stick, besides what is in the manual which is not much. I am using WPA/WPA2 security, and have provided the passcode during installation process for the LAN Stick. Still that does not work. I do not know what to do next. Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I've never seen anything so difficult to install.