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Connecting wireless router to TV #550455
09/23/09 09:03 AM
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sohel Offline OP
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Hi, checked forums but couldnt find an answer for this. Please bear with me as I'm relatively new to wireless internet.

I have my wireless router in one room. My television is in another room. My TV and DVD player (both new) both have ethernet ports. I dont want to run ethernet cables from room to room but am confused as how to connect my TV and DVD player to the internet wirelessly. I'm assuming there are devices made for this, however, Ive done a few internet searches and cannot find what Im looking for.

To clarify, I'm not looking for a device that shows my computer screen on the TV, Im looking for a device to connect to the internet for BD-Live, firmware updates, etc. Hope this is not too confusing. Thanks for any help.














Last edited by Jeanne Egbosiuba Ukwendu; 10/27/11 11:41 PM.
Re: Connecting wireless router to TV [Re: sohel] #621474
08/27/10 07:43 PM
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Hello,
I am Thomas Anderson.A firewall can block malware that could otherwise scan your computer for vulnerabilities and then try to break in at a weak point. The only way to make a home computer 100% secure is to turn it off or disconnect it from the Internet. The real issue is how to make one 99.9% secure when it is connected. At a minimum, home computers need to have personal firewall and anti-malware software installed and kept up-to-date to find and remove viruses, spyware, Trojans and other malware.Thanks

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Re: Connecting wireless router to TV [Re: sohel] #879513
10/11/14 02:23 AM
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You'll need media connector bridge, you can get one for about $50. I like the one from linksys.

Re: Connecting wireless router to TV [Re: sohel] #879514
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just realized this post is 5 years old. I hope you've solved it by now


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