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    Quote Originally Posted by marc1 View Post
    Hi! I've got the exact same problem, with both the AW5000 and AW9000. Connection is found in setup screen, I want to rock and roll yet the device cannot be found anymore. I checked my router configuration (no mac adress filter, SSID is alfanumerical, channel allows 802.11 b/g, firewall is off, etc.) Tried it both on iOS and Android devices, nothing works. Funny thing is, I tried the AW5000 on a network elsewhere and there it did work. What else can I try to make it work on my own network?


    I have given up connecting my AW1000 in WIFI. I just wired it to my router (after a reset). I will try again one of these days.

    1) On your AW you have some preset buttons right? these presets are set by default to UK radios. If your AW is connected to your WIFI, pressing on of these present buttons should connect to the related radios.
    2) With AirStudio, do you see your UPNP servers?
    3) I would try to wire the AW just to see if that works (don't forget to reset when moving from wired to wifi mode).

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    Tnx for all the tips, but I think I found the problem. As I thought, it was my network. I updated my routers firmware and now the speakers are visible in airstudio.. Rock&roll!!

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    hi marc1, just out of curiosity, what router you use? am asking this because i think we can suggest this to those who have the same issue and have the same router.

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    Hi,

    please also try to install the latest firmware: http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...8517#post48517

    Toengel@Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwinnie View Post
    hi marc1, just out of curiosity, what router you use? am asking this because i think we can suggest this to those who have the same issue and have the same router.
    The router is a Belkin, type F7D3302 v1

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