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Scenario 2: Connect To A Non-Wps Router - Philips AD6000W/10 User Manual

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» AD6000W is connected to your home
Wi-Fi network successfully.
Tip
For some Wi-Fi routers, you may need to hold the
WPS button for Wi-Fi connection or enable the WPS
PBC function from the router configuration pages. See
the user manuals of the specific routers for details.
If the Wi-Fi SETUP indicator on AD6000W blinks
yellow, it means that the Wi-Fi connection has failed.
Please wait for 2 minutes and try again. If the problem
remains, try to set up the Wi-Fi connection manually
(see 'Scenario 2: Connect to a non-WPS router' on
page 11).
If the Wi-Fi connection fails again, press and hold
the back of AD6000W to reset it, and then try again.
Scenario 2: Connect to a
non-WPS router
Note
You can also follow the procedures below to connect
AD6000W to a WPS router manually.
To connect AD6000W to a Wi-Fi router
manually, you need access to AD6000W's
built-in configuration web page for change of
its internal Wi-Fi settings. To do so, you need a
Wi-Fi enabled device with an Internet browser
for temporary Wi-Fi connection to AD6000W.
The Wi-Fi enabled device can be an iPod touch/
iPhone/iPad or a Wi-Fi enabled PC/Mac.
Follow the sequence below for connection of
AD6000W to a non-WPS Wi-Fi router.
1
Collect settings of your home Wi-Fi router
and write down on paper for use during
AD6000W Wi-Fi setup (see 'Collect
settings of your home Wi-Fi router' on
page 11).
2
Switch AD6000W to Assisted Wi-Fi Setup
mode (see Switch AD6000W to Assisted
Wi-Fi Setup mode' on page 12).
» A new Wi-Fi network created by
AD6000W will appear, with the
network name (SSID) of Philips Fidelio
AirPlay.
3
Connect your Wi-Fi enabled device to the
newly created Wi-Fi network temporarily
(see 'Connect your Wi-Fi enabled device to
the newly created Wi-Fi network' on page
12).
4
Open the built-in web page of AD6000W
with the Internet Browser of your Wi-Fi
enabled device (see 'Open the built-in web
page of AD6000W' on page 14).
5
Change the internal Wi-Fi settings of
on
AD6000W based on the settings you
wrote on paper at step 1 (see 'Change the
internal Wi-Fi settings of AD6000W' on
page 15).
6
Restore your Wi-Fi enabled device back
to your existing home Wi-Fi settings (see
'Restore your Wi-Fi enabled device back to
your existing home Wi-Fi setting' on page
16).
Collect settings of your home Wi-Fi
router
Note
Always consult the user manual of your home Wi-Fi
router for detailed instructions.
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