CA Module Set-up
Provides access to a pay TV service after you obtain a Conditional Access Module
(CAM) and a view card. See the location of the
Allows you to set the network settings according to your
DHCP (DNS manual)
Automatically acquires the network settings except for DNS
server settings. You can manually set the DNS settings.
DHCP (DNS automatic)
Automatically acquires the network settings through the
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server function of the
router or Internet service provider.
Diagnoses whether the network is correctly connected.
You need to configure each item when "Manual" is selected
in "IP Address Settings".
When "DHCP (DNS manual)" is selected, be sure to enter
"Primary DNS" and "Secondary DNS" server addresses
Displays the "MAC address", which is a fixed, globally
unique identifier of the network device.
Displays the connected server list and allows you to select the server you want to
display on the Home Menu.
Diagnoses whether the TV can connect to each server on the home network.
Enables playback of photo/music/video files on the TV through other control
devices on the network, such as a digital still camera or mobile phone.
Allows you to specify the accessible controller to the TV. When this setting is set
to "On", you can playback Photo/Music/Video files on the TV using the controller.
Allows you to select whether to permit access to the TV
automatically when a network device accesses the TV for the
Allows you to set the name of the TV to be shown on the
(PCMCIA) socket (page 22).