Wireless Disconnects / Wired Connection On Samsung Smart TV
Nov 26, 2012
I'm having trying to connect my Samsung Smart TV to the Internet.I purchased the Samsung EH5300 yesterday and have connected it to my router (ZyXEL P-660HW-T1) via Ethernet. This works fine and picks up all the settings (ie: IP address, gateway etc) automatically and I can connect to the Internet fine.The problem comes when I then connect any device to the router using Wi-Fi - this could be my iPad, iPhone, PC, laptop - anything will disconnect the wired TV connection immediately from the Internet but it DOES NOT disconnect it from the network. In other words, I can still see the TV in the list of devices on my router and still ping the IP from my PC. All the settings on the TV remain the same but when running the network test, it says it is connected to the network but not the Internet.I have disconnected all cables, reset the router, turned everything off and on several times, placed the Ethernet cable in different ports on the router, manually input all the IP addresses etc but none of it is working.
I purchased an Samsung UE46ES6300 Smart TV for my Boyfried for Christmas & we are struggling to connect it to our WiFi to use the features. Obviously I went through the procedures - Network settings, found my WiFi, typed in my Network password & unfortunately states: 'Unable to connect to the Wireless Router'. Taking into account my Virgin Media Router is directly next to my TV? The Wireless & Internet is 100% working as we have other devices running of it - I-pad, Laptop, Phones etc!
I have a win7 system next to a smart TV. The win7 is connected to my network through wireless. A second port on the win7 is free.
I'd like to connect the smart TV using network cable to the free port, and set up a bridge so that it connects to the home network.
I tried using ICS. It workes only somewhat - I was able to get an IP address on the 192.168.137.x subnet, but the TV failed to connect to the gateway.
I am trying to use bridging to do the same. I configured the free port and the TV manually, to a 10.10.1.x network, and then I bridged the wireless and wired ports on the pc, (I modified the metric of the wireless to be lower than the wired port). This does not work either.
I have been trying to connect my smart tv to my wireless network for the last 3 weeks. It connects intermittently but the connection is always lost within a few minutes to a couple hours. I have turned off all of the firewalls, and all other devices connect fine. It is an ea4500 running on updated firmware and a Samsung 6900 smart tv. The connection works if I run an ehternet cable to it oith from the modem as well as from the router, but it does not work over the wireless connection.
I'm trying to network my Windows 8 media player and a samsung Smart TV... My computer is running a USB adapter for wireless, and I have just plugged in a Wireless extender. The TV doesn't last long before it losses the connection to the computer.
i have recently purchased samsung smart tv 8 series, but when i try connecting it to internet by lan/ wan it says connected to router but not able to connect to internet contact your isp. though sometimes it connects and then goes to the previous status in short time. i am using leoxsys 54 g-dl 54madsl2+router and i have bsnl ul750 plan.both samsung and bsnl tell its not problem on their side. i am able to access internet on other devices through the same.
I'm currently living in an apartment on my school's campus and I'm using their network for all my internet needs and such.One of my roommates recently bought a new Samsung Smart TV Model:PN59D8000F.The wireless here sucks so we've been hooking the ethernet up to the tv for internet access.It was working fine at first, but then all options on the tv requiring a network shut down. Now, when we first arrive at school our laptops are put into a remediation mode to make sure we have virus protection and all that good stuff, and I believe that might be what is happening with the tv's internet access.Not exactly sure,
TL;DR Tv is capable for internet access but network wont let it connect
I am trying to connect my Samsung TV to the internet and keep getting a message that says NEtwork setup complete, but cannot connect to the internet. I am wondering, I have 2 network connections, a secure one and unsecure. I don't have the information/password for the secure connection anymore, so I am trying to set my TV up with the unsecure network.
every-time i try to play a file directly from my computer through the network to my Samsung tv downstairs regardless of the file format it says file format no supported though when i plug the same file in with the usb directly through the back of the TV it plays the without a hitch
I have a problem with a samsung laptop. Everytime it connects to the home network it disconnects all the other devices on the network. I have reset router (still same problem). Sometimes it will connect for a while and when a download for updates takes place it will automatically disconnect again.
I have an issue with my N750 Wireless router, F9K1103. I have a Windows Home Server, HP Media Smart Server – EX470, that at times causes the router to lose connection, with the front panel light going from Blue (connected) to Orange (disconnected). When I pull the net cable from the server, after about 30 seconds the blue light comes back on.
If I have the wired cable plugged in to my laptop1 the wireless connection works fine. If I disconnect that wired cable then the wireless connection disconnects as well. I can watch this happening when I have the connection dialogs open showing the connection wizard dialogs.The other computers and printer work as expected without disconnects..I also have three other computers including another laptop connected to a switch and router.Here is the connection schematic:
Key to symbols: >>>> wireless ------ wired computer1 xp ---------switch1G--------router1------cable modem1 computer2 Vista---------switch1G-------router1 laptop1 Win7 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>router1
So I have this Netgear N900 (WNDR4500) wireless router. I have one PC connected via ethernet cable to the router and 4 wireless devices connected wirelessly. As long as the ethernet-connected PC is turned on, the other wireless connections work fine, but as soon as I shut down that PC, the internet connection is lost (although I can still connect to the router via the wireless laptops - router login page - so I know the router's wifi part is working). Why would my PC need to be on? Does the PC handle any of the internet connection for the router?
I hope I don't need to keep my PC running 24/7 so that the other devices can access the internet!
I have a WRT110 and a Vizio smart TV - just changed internet providers to NuLink to get a Mbps line - previously had AT&T DSL 1.5 - when tech power cycled router every laptop and smartphone in the house connected with no issue - TV did not connect (it was on during time tech was doing install) - attempted to connect with password, failed to connect multiple times - sometimes message 'DCHP connection not available' message was displayed - called Vizio, 1 hour and 9 minutes of troubleshooting with no success, according to Vizio tech all settings on TV good recommended I contact Lynksys and ask them to ' check 2 ports - port 80 and port 446' - also advise 'connection is autopopulating to 101' - I believe he was referring to the IP address request - router set to WPA2 personal - note that when I first got TV 3 months ago I was able to connect to router no problem, but I do not know if TV had connection the day we switched internet providers. I do have 2 fixed IP addresses entered an one of them ends in '101' - I do not know if that is significant or not. The main reason for the internet switch was to get the TV online, disappointed that I could not get it done.
As the subject says, I've hooked up a Samsung BD player to a BEFSR41 router. The router has the current firmware version. When I run the connection test for the player, the local connection is good but the Internet connection fails and the message is " The HTTP port is disabled."
I've searched high and low for a solution to no avail. I did searches on the forum and couldn't find anything. As a test, I connected the BD player directly to the DSL modem and the Internet connection worked perfectly so it appears that the blockage is within the router.
I've serched through the router setup and have changed most settings to try and find something that would work. Nothing worked so I have returned my setup to its original state.
My PC at work has started disconnecting from the network one to 3 times per day and I haven't been able to figure out why. At first I thought that it was my switch so I plugged the wire directly into the wall and it still disconnected Then I thought it must be a bad networking card so I replaced that yesterday and it disconnected again. Like I said, it only happens a couple of times per day which wouldn't be so bad except that sometimes I have a Citrix session going or my Great Plains Dynamics program open and I have to go kick myself out of those sessions.
I have recently been having difficulty with my router. We have 2 computers and our xbox hooked up to the router and for the last few days whenever both of the computers are in use we experience frequent disconnects. It does not happen when it is just one computer and the xbox running, but as soon as both computers are in use it happens. The disconnects are very brief but extremely frustrating when I'm trying to play a game. I have the most up to date firmware according to the linksys site
Wired PC randomly disconnects from network at random intervals each dayoday it has done so 3 times. The only way I have found to get it working again is to reset the router which can be inconvenient. When it disconnects all wireless devices continue to work and I have no issues like this with my wired consolesI switched to using a static IP address, since having an automatic one gave me the same results [i have since switched back to automatic]Be happy for any suggestions on how to sort this. I am using W7 OS and I'm using an Orange router. I don't know if its relevant, but when I go to reset my router I have noticed that the download light on my router is flashing like crazy when my PC has disconnected.
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Am trying to use a TP-Link TL-WR702N to connect my Samsung SmartTV to a wireless network, using "client mode".For some reason, the TV refuses to accept it is connected, or even connected to a router. Enabling DHCP on the TP-Link does seem to convince the TV that it is connected to a router, but still not to the internet. Strangely though, I can control the TV via the Android app operating on the local network, so clearly it is connected. I assume the SmartTV is trying to get a response on the local network that the TP-Link is filtering out for some reason, but no idea why.
I am facing a very peculiar problem, i.e. my wireless network connection comes and goes every minute while I chat through gtalk or skype, especially video chat, only text chatting takes a bit longer to get disconnected. Then, I need to reconnect manually or sometimes, it comes back on its own. But my roommates do video-chatting in skype without any issue. 3 of us are sharing the same wireless network. Then, I tried to connect through wired LAN connection, it works fine, hardly gets disconnected. While I watch any streaming video through youtube, netflix etc, it works fine.
I have just bought a new Samsung Smart TV. Our wireless signal doesn't reach the room where the TV is so we have run a Cat 5e cable from my router to the tv. When I tell the tv to connect to the internet it turns off the receive, send and online lights on my Motorola SBG900 router. Sometimes,however it does connect, but this happens very rarely. I checked to see if it was a problem with the firewall settings but we have the firewall switched off in the router. When I connect any random laptop up to this same ethernet cable it accesses the internet no troubles.
I am having a terrible time getting a good signal from my DLink-DIR655 router to my Samsung HDTV with a linkstick to have access to the apps like Netflix. My router is located about 60 feet away but the signal is sufficient to connect to my laptop located in the same room as the tv. I have been told the router should be no more than 20 feet from the tv and have tried a DWL-G710 range extender but that doesn't work.
My laptop has a very unstable connection and I am completely stumped. I've monitored the ping and it is usually around 32-50, but it constantly spikes to 3k+ for roughly 10 seconds, it also disconnects at random intervals. I've tried updating the networking drivers, disabling firewalls and changes the preferences.
I have a Samsung Series 7 Chronos running Windows 7.
a new samsung galaxy y phone and am unable to open websites using my wifi network my modem is mtnl 450tc1. my phone shows that its using 192.168.1.2. no changes can be made to dis option My phone shows that it has been conected to the wifi but it does not loads the websites
I have a Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet and have bee trying to connect to my WRVS4400N router with VPN through the "on board" software as well as with the Any Connect software from Cisco. I have no issues at the moment using Quick VPN from my laptop.
When using the Any Connect software I receive the following messages:
Security warning: untrusted certificate AnyConnect cannot verify the identity of <IP address>. Would you like to continue anyway? - Certificate does not match the server name. - Certificate is from an untrusted source. - Certificate is not identified for this purpose [Accept] [Details] [Cancel]
If I select accept, the following error is received:
"Error: Connection attempt has failed due to server communication errors. Please retry the connection".
I have tried setting up the on board VPN with the Samsug Galaxy but every attempt has resulted in a time-out of the connection.
I have a WAP54G in my basement shop, wired to our main router upstairs, which is a Linksys BEFSR81. I'm not sure if this is an issue with the WAP or the router.
I only use the laptop computer in the shop every couple of days, but I leave the laptop plugged in and on most of the time. I used to have the power settings such that it didn't power down completely even after a long time. With that setup, if i didn't use the computer for several days, it would find that the connection to the router had died. The wireless link would report that it had a solid connection, but I couldn't connect to anything. Power cycling the WAP always fixed this.
Recently, I decided to save some wear & tear on the laptop drive, and adjusted the power settings to go to standby after a couple of hours. Now, it seems I can't even go one day without losing my connection.
I am running the latest frimware in the WAP, and the router is version 3.1. I can't check the firmware version on the router at the moment, because the web interface is giving me a blank screen. I know from past experience that I will have to power cycle it to get it to talk to me again.
In any event, it seems like the router connection to the WAP is timing out. I set the router "client lease time" up to 10000 a while back when I first had this problem, but that is clearly not doing the trick.
My TV Ethernet connection to my router, when streaming content from my laptop. When my TV is connected to the router via Ethernet cable and my laptop is connected to the router , O am able to stream media to the TV, but the TV often disconnects itself. I think the router is the problem because when the computer a connected directly (not using the router) It doesn't disconnect. Also another issue when the TV is connected to the router the computer will only connect to the TV if it is connected via an Ethernet cable, It wont through wireless.
Recently came back from college to a terrible internet connection that frequently disconnects or drops in speed randomly (for all computers on network). This requires me to perform a hard reset to restore connection. This usually happens at least once a day and sometimes several. Current set up is a Motorola Surfboard SB5100 Cable Modem and a Linksys WRT54GS router.
I have got ADSL 196kbps PPPoe internet connection and lately there has been some problems with it. Sometimes the internet connection disconnects itself and again reconnects. And the internet connection is getting very slow. While downloading, I am able to download at full speed only at those download providers which provides full speed but at other download providers I am able to download with not even half speed. While browsing, the internet loses connectivity sometimes and from my guess I am able to browse with only half the speed. I have tried in different browsers and it is same with all of them.
I'm having this discconnection and reconnection issue every 30-45 minutes, and it is extremely annoying. Especially when playing online, I always get disconnected from the server. I have tried so many things to fix it, but no change at all. I've tried to change my DNS, tried to plug the modem directly to my computer, but the problem still existed! When I troubleshoot from the windows, it says: your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding.
My net connection is disconnecting every 30-45mins and this has been going on now for the past three weeks since I built my new PC.Here's what I've done to try to rectify this:
* Uninstalled/reinstalled Windows 7 (64-bit) * Called ISP (AOL), whose first and second-line tech support ran tests and couldn't find any problems with the line. * Changed the router (from a D-Link DSL2640-R to a Huawei EchoLife HG521 - both provided by ISP). * Replaced the Ethernet cable that connects the router to my PC. * Replaced the Rj11 cable that connects my router to the DSL filter. * Replaced both DSL filters in my house (I have two phones at seperate locations in my house). * Removed the bell wire from my telephone sockets. Whilst this didn't fix the disconection problem, it has increased my download speed from 130kbps to over 300kbps. * Uninstalled the ethernet network adapter and then installed the most up-to-date network adapter driver available. * Tried a couple of programs to optimize both my network and my PC to no avail. * Changed my Anti-virus software from AVG to Avast, but again, there's no fix. [code]
I came here after spending a long time of trying to figure out my problem. The problem is, my router will send a signal strong enough to my room because of the thick walls. I have a wire in my room that I connect to my computer for internet. I also have my xbox and other internet enabled devices that I would like to use. Is there some way I could buy a router for my room that gets the internet from a wire? Could I use my computer as a router?