10-21-2009 09:45 PM
10-21-2009 11:49 PM - edited 10-21-2009 11:50 PM
For a second I thought, well that's nice of AT&T to change their security protocol to accomodate one man's Blu-Ray. Then reality struck me, when I realized what AT&T actually did. Like another poster said the solution was simple, change your router's security from WEP to WPA and all is well. However, why would WEP even be listed as an option for the Blu-Ray player when it doesn't support it? I actually considered that as a possible solution early on, but dismissed it cause it didn't make sense, and it was too easy an answer.
Well, it worked for me and that's all that matters, even started to watch Rise of the Lycans.
DX31698 not sure what's going on there. I can only suggest to take it back and get a new one and get a fresh start, or if you haven't updated the firmware yet, hook it up to a ethernet cable and upgrade it, then try to connect it wirelessly.
10-22-2009 08:38 AM
Let's first see if your router shows the NS-WBRDVD as being connected. Please use a computer that is connected to your router to access it's home page. The default location if you haven't changed it is http://192.168.1.1. Once there select the "My Network" page. Look through the entries for one called NS-WBRDVD. If you find it please let me know.
10-22-2009 09:16 PM
I have the exact same issue using a NETGEAR DGN2000 router. If I shut off encryption totally, the unit connects to my network fine and I even get Netflix to work.
However, if I use any kind of encryption (WEP, WPA-TPIK, WPA2-TPIK) and try to connect either from the network list or manually, I get a "Connection to (router name) .... Success" message, but the Link Status is stuck on "Acquiring IP Address" with IP Mode on Dynamic.
I tried calling the support desk about this (ticket #5580783) but they said i needed to contact the router manufacturer (who in turn said that I needed to contact Insignia). Please help.