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LG Blu-Ray Player WiFi Connection

Follow the Steps below to connect your LG Blu-Ray Player to your Charter WiFi.

Wireless Connection

  1. Select Connection Setting option in the Setup menu then press ENTER

Connection Setting

  1. Use ^/v to select Wireless and press ENTER

Wired/Wireless

  1. Select Yes and press ENTER to continue (The new connection settings reset the current network settings)

Confirm choice

  1. The player scans the all available networks within range and displays them as a list. Use ^/v to select your network name and then press ENTER

select network

  1. If you have security on your wireless network, verify the WEP or WPA key that was entered into the player matches yours EXACTLY. Input your security code as necessary
  2. Use ^/v/</> to select the IP mode between Dynamic and Static. Normally, select Dynamic to allocate an IP address automatically

select 'Dynamic'

  1. Select OK and press ENTER to apply network settings
  2. The player will ask you to test the network connection. Select OK and press ENTER to complete the network connection or select Test and press ENTER to display the network connection status.

network connected
Note: You can also test it on the Connection Status in the Setup menu

Wired Connection

  1. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the LAN port on your LG Blu-Ray Player

ethernet cable  LG BluRay ports

  1. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to an open LAN port on your Charter WiFi gateway.

Note: The gateway pictured is just an example. The steps listed should work correctly for all gateway types

network gateway

  1. Select Connection Setting option in the Setup menu then press ENTER

connection setting

  1. Use ^/v to select Wired and press ENTER
wired/wireless
  1. Use ^/v/</> to select the IP mode between Dynamic and Static. Normally, select Dynamic to allocate an IP address automatically
select 'Dynamic'
  1. Select OK and press ENTER to apply network settings
  2. The player will ask you to test the network connection. Select OK and press ENTER to complete the network connection or select Test and press ENTER to display the network connection status

test network

Note: You can also test it on the Connection Status in the Setup menu

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