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    Net tv ok!!! ( now )

    Hello everyone.
    Send this post hoping to help other people in Italy with the same problem.
    From the beginning I could not see Net Tv
    I tried to update the firmware, open ports, but .. nothing!
    In the end I tried to replace my router (Sitecom) with another (Alice) and now with no problems, the first time, everything is ok!
    Now I ask (at Philips), but so is' difficult to explain to ordinary people what to do to see what he has paid?
    Now I can finally enjoy Net TV!

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    I suppose there are many Sitecome router users that have successfully installed their TV.
    It might just be a matter of settings.
    There is a Net TV installation post on this forum with many hints and tips.

    But you solved your problem. Good job!
    Conclusion: if Net TV does not work, buy another router!

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    I tried everything with the sitecom router as well. I must admit that I could connect the TV, but structurally lost signal after a while. This is most annoying while watching a movie (like halfway) from your NAS having to reconnect as you cannot fast forward a movie.

    I came to one conclusion: It's not Philips (except for FF and rewind. which is their issue to solve) but the damn Sitecom routers that SUCK big time. Check the internet and the horrorstories are overwhelming...

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    I am using a Sitecom WL-351 for more than a year now ; no problems at all.

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