If the WI-FI SETUP indicator on DS6800W does not
stay green steadily, it means that the Wi-Fi connection
has failed. Please power off both your Wi-Fi router
and DS6800W and then power on them again to see
whether DS6800W can be connected to your home
Wi-Fi network. If the problem remains, try the above
After you ﬁnish the above changes or power-off and
power-on of DS6800W, the new Wi-Fi network
created by DS6800W will disappear.
If you like, you can change the name of your
DS6800W in AirPlay Device Name on the DS6800W
conﬁguration web page. This is helpful when you have
multiple Philips AirPlay-enabled devices in your house
and you need to distinguish between them.
If you want to enter the network name (SSID) manually
(for example, if you want to hide your SSID), select
CONFIGURE MANUALLY from the pull-down list at
step 2 in the above.
Restore your Wi-Fi enabled device
back to your existing home Wi-Fi
Make sure that the settings at steps 2 to 3 below match
your home Wi-Fi network settings you wrote on paper.
Select Settings -> Wi-Fi on your iPod
Or open the list of available Wi-Fi
networks on your PC/Mac.
Select your network name (SSID) from the
list of available wireless networks.
Enter the network key if required.
Wait until successful Wi-Fi connection to
your home Wi-Fi network.