Wondering if anybody can help me connect my new Sony Blu-ray player (BDP-BX37) to the internet for Netflix streaming.
I don't use a wireless network at home. Everything is wired. I just bought an ethernet switch so that I could turn my 1 internet connection into 2 (or more). I had an ethernet cable running between my modem and my PC. Now, with this switch, I have an ethernet cable running between the ethernet switch and my modem, and an ethernet cable running between the ethernet switch and my PC. Internet still works fine. Just hooked up the Sony B-r to the ethernet switch with another ethernet cable. The internet still works fine on my PC, but the B-r player can't connect for some reason.
When I look at the player internet diagnostics, it reads:
Connection Method: Wired
Physical Connection: OK
Internet Access: Failed
It shows my IP address and other info, but it can't connect for some reason. Does anybody know if I'm doing anything wrong?
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