Samsung among other TV makers does not configure your home network. We have the post in the CNET Networking forum for Samsung with ideas on what to try next. But I'm left to wonder if you didn't use DHCP (auto assignment) and manually put in those IP numbers.
Also, any firewall in the router may create issues. Routers didn't have a firewall until recently and it serves little purpose except for a long discussion about what it is, what it does and why we turn it off most of the time.
Sorry but I see no entry from Samsung to service home networks today. Try the usual cures.
I was trying to do a wired network setup in my TV using a BSNL broadband modem. I connected the lan cable from tv to model. Then i stated to to do the network setup but it ended up with the following message and i couldn't connect to internet.
mac address - e4:e0:c5:d4:cb:72
ip address - 192.168.1.2
subnet mask - 255.255.255.0
gateway - 192.168.1.1
DNS server - 192.168.1.1
Local connection completed, but cannot connect to the Internet.
Check the DNS setting from Network setting and contact your Internet service provider to use Internet service.
Samsung Service is yet to resolve this issue. Can anybody help me on this issue.