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Samsung PN50B860 and HT BD1250 Network Connection Problem

Hi,

I currently have a Samsung PN50B860 and Samsung HT BD1250 hardwired to a DLink DAP1522 Wireless Bridge/Access Point. I have a 2Wire router through AT&T. Anyway my network connection on the tv is flawless. I can access all the internet and widget functionality with any problems. The BD1250 is a different story. I love using the Pandora and Netflix streaming features. However, almost every time I try to connect to one of these features, I get a "Network is Unstable" message. If I reset everything (bridge, BD 1250), unplug and replug the devices, eventually I can connect. But then at any time the signal can drop and then I have no connection. Then I have to go through everything again. I have tried different ethernet cables, different ports on the bridge and I still get the same problem. Why would the TV connection be fine, but the BD1250 connection have problems? By the way the DLink firmware is updated. Any suggestions would be a great help.

Thanks

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