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    Use Net TV using PTA01 connector

    Hi all,

    I have a 42PFL7655 H model plus a PTA01 connector, and i'll like to know if it is possible to use Net TV wirelessly. That is to say, if it is possible to connect the tv wirelessly to the router and then use Net TV.

    I have found here an explanation about an older model, but mine is newer.

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    Hi,

    - update your TV to the latest Firmware
    - switch off your TV
    - plug in the PTA-01
    - switch on your TV
    - see if the network settings for wireless lan are available

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    Ok, thank you, i'll do that.
    And other related question, does it matter if the network is an ad-hoc wireless network or a infrastructure wireless network?
    Yesterday i created an ad-hoc network and the tv wasn't able to find it.

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    Hi,

    your should use the network in a standard way - router provides all information (DHCP is the easiest way for installation)...

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    Ok, Thank you!

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