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Connect To A Network - Pioneer Kuro KRP-500M Operating Instructions Manual

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6.8 Connect to a Network

Connecting your flat panel display to a home network or local area network (LAN) causes the panel to function
as a server. To run the panel on a network, see the diagram below for connections. After connection to a network,
apply initial settings described in the following sections.
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• With the flat panel display, browsing Internet websites and sending/receiving E-mails are unavailable.
• Broadcasts and on-line video services via the Internet are unavailable.
• Purchase commercially available connection devices and cables as needed.
• Combining different communication brand tools with some service providers, or different modem and
broadband router brands may cause communication failures or require additional services from your
service provider.
• Connecting to a network may require additional settings on your PC.
• After connection to a network, enter correct settings.
• Pioneer is not responsible for any damage due to erroneous operations or unsuccessful E-mail
Using a LAN
• Use 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX for a broadband router or hub.
• Do not connect your flat panel display directly to the Internet. Connect the panel through a Firewall, leaving
only necessary ports open.
• Do not connect a modular telephone cable to the LAN (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) terminal. Doing so can
cause a malfunction.
• Required equipment and connection methods may differ, depending on the communication and/or service
– Use devices such as an ADSL modem, broadband router, hub and splitter as specified by the
communication and/or service provider. Also refer to the instruction manual that came with the device.
– Settings are unavailable for a broadband router or an ADSL modem with a broadband router function.
• When communicating through a LAN, data encryption is unavailable through your panel. When accessing
the Internet, run the display on a virtual private network (VPN) or other protected communication network
• Do not send a command to both the RS-232C and LAN terminals at the same time. Doing so can cause the
display to receive the command erroneously.
About ADSL Modems
• Utilizing bridging for an ADSL modem requires a separate broadband router.
• For details on an ADSL modem, consult your communication and/or service provider.
PC 2
Ethernet hub
(Router with hub function)
PC 1
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Cross-over cable



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