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[LG webOS TV] Network Setting


[LG webOS TV] Network Setting


function Network Setting


           If you configure settings for the network, you can use various services such as online

           contents and applications.



           Setting a Wired Network


           wired connection


           1. Connect the LAN port of the TV and the router using a LAN cable.
               The router should be connected to the Internet beforehand.

           home screen

           2. Press the home button on the remote control and select settings in the top-right.




           wired connection

           3. Select advanced setting  Network  Wired Connection (Ethernet).
               This will enable the wired network connection.




           Setting a Wireless Network

           wireless network


           1. Turn on the power of the router connected to the Internet.




           home screen

           2. Press the home button on the remote control and select setting in the top-right.




           wifi connection        

           3. Select advance setting  Network  Wi-Fi Connection.
               This will enable the wireless network connection

           ● For some models, you must connect a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth dongle (provided as an accessory

              or sold separately) to use this function.



           Network Setting Warnings


           ● Use standard LAN cable (connect to Cat5 or higher with RJ45 connector, 10 Base-T,

              or 100 Base TX LAN port).

           ● Resetting the modem may fix some network connection problems. Turn the power OFF,

              disconnect and reconnect it, and then turn the power on to solve the problem.

           ● LG Electronics is not responsible for any network connection problems or any faults,

              malfunctions, or errors caused by network connection.

           ● The network connection may not work properly because of network settings or the Internet

              service provider.

           ● DSL service must use a DSL modem; and cable service must use a cable modem.

              Since only a limited number of network connections may be available, TV network setting

              may not be used depending on the contract with Internet service provider. (If the contract

              does not allow more than one device per line, only the already-connected PC may be used.)

           ● A wireless network can experience interference from other devices that use the 2.4 GHz

              frequency (wireless phone, Bluetooth device, or microwave oven). Although interference

              can also happen when using the 5 GHz frequency, it is less likely to occur.

           ● The wireless environment can make wireless network service run slowly.

           ● Failure to turn off all local home networks may cause excessive traffic on some devices.

           ● The access point device must support wireless connections and wireless connection feature

              must be enabled on the device to have AP (access point) connection. Contact the service

              provider for availability of wireless connections on the access point.

           ● Check SSID and security settings of the AP. Refer to the appropriate documentation for

              SSID and security settings of the AP.

           ● Invalid settings of network devices (wired/wireless line sharer, hub) can cause the TV to

              operate slowly or not operate properly.  Install the devices correctly according to the

              appropriate manual and network.

           ●  The connection method may differ depending on the AP manufacturer.

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