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Connect To Your Home Wi-Fi Network For Airplay; Scenario 1: Connect To A Wps Router - Philips AD6000W/10 User Manual

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4 Connect to
your home Wi-
Fi network for
AirPlay
To connect AD6000W to your existing home
Wi-Fi network, you need to apply your home
Wi-Fi settings to AD6000W.
You can do this in two ways (depending on
which type of Wi-Fi router you use):
Automatically - if your Wi-Fi router
is WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)-
enabled and supports PBC (Push
Button Connection) (see Scenario 1:
Connect to a WPS router' on page
10)
Manually - if your Wi-Fi router does
not support WPS (see 'Scenario 2:
Connect to a non-WPS router' on
page 11)
Once connected successfully, AD6000W will
remember your home Wi-Fi settings. Then
you can enjoy AirPlay whenever AD6000W is
powered on and connected to your home Wi-
Fi network automatically.
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Before connection of AD6000W to you home
Wi-Fi network, check the points below.
1
Make sure that your Wi-Fi router is
powered on and working properly.
2
Make sure that AD6000W has been
powered on and booted up successfully
(see 'Turn AD6000W on' on page 9).
3
Identify the type of your Wi-Fi router (see
the user manual of your Wi-Fi router for
details).
Scenario 1: Connect to a
WPS router
Note
Before you press any button on AD6000W, make sure
that AD6000W has been booted up successfully (see
'Turn AD6000W on' on page 9).
1
Press the WPS button on your home Wi-Fi
router.
WPS
2
Shortly after step 1, press Wi-Fi SETUP on
the back of AD6000W.
» The Wi-Fi SETUP indicator blinks red,
yellow and green alternately.
» Within 2 minutes, the WI-FI SETUP
indicator stops blinking and stays green,
and the unit beeps.

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