Connecting to a Network
Connecting the TV to a network gives you access to online services such as Smart Hub and lets you
update the TV's software online directly from Samsung.com.
Network Connection - Wireless
Connect the TV to the Internet using a standard wireless router or modem.
Wireless IP Router or Modem
The LAN Port on the Wall
LAN Cable (Not Supplied)
Wireless Network Precautions
This TV supports the IEEE 802.11a/b/g /n communication protocols. Samsung recommends using
IEEE 802.11n. Otherwise, when you play video over a network connection, the video may not play
To use a wireless network, the TV must be connected to a wireless router or modem. If the wireless
router supports DHCP, the TV can use a DHCP or static IP address to connect to the wireless network.
Select a channel that is not currently in use for the wireless router. If the channel set for the
wireless router is currently being used by another device, the result is usually interference and/or a
Most wireless networks have an optional security system. To enable a wireless network's security
system, you need to create a security key using characters and numbers, and then enter that key into
the router through its menu. You then must enter this security key into any other devices you want to
connect to the wireless network.
Network Security Protocols
The TV only supports the following wireless network security protocols:
Authentication Modes: WEP, WPAPSK, WPA2PSK
Encryption Types: WEP, TKIP, AES
In compliance with the newest Wi-Fi certiﬁcation speciﬁcations, Samsung TVs do not support WEP or TKIP
security encryption in networks running in the 802.11n mode.
If the wireless router supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), you can connect the TV to your network using
PBC (Push Button Conﬁguration) or a PIN (Personal Identiﬁcation Number). WPS automatically conﬁgures
the SSID and WPA key settings.
Your Smart TV cannot connect to uncertiﬁed wireless routers.
that has a DHCP Server
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