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Silly Question?

Am i right in thinking that to use BD-Live on your Blu-ray player you need to have the pc turned on, or can the player connect itself as long as the wireless router is turned on?

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Re: Silly Question?

You don't need a computer, but you do need a connection to the router. Standalone BD players have an Ethernet port, not wireless, so you need to add an Etrhernet bridge to connect wirelessly to a router.

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Re: Silly Question?

So if i hard wire it into the router and turn it on the blu-ray player will connect to the internet?

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Pretty much, provided there's nothing weird going on at your router like having DHCP turned off or MAC Address filtering or blah blah. Try it first and if it works, there you go, if not, come back.

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Re: Silly Question?

Thanks will try it tomorrow need a cable. Do i want a straight network cable or a crossover network cable?

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Re: Silly Question?

Straight - x/o are only if you want to connect two computers and don't have a switch/hub/router in the middle.

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Re: Silly Question?

Thanks will give it a go.

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Re: Silly Question?

Oh to answer your original query: yes it was! Wink

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the_lhc: Oh to answer your original query: yes it was! Wink

So not needed, the_lhc...

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