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I just want to be sure we are on the same page here. May I ask for you to clarify that you do wish to setup a proxy type setup for your player? Is any other device setup that way on your network?
i can change my laptop or my tablet to work off the proxy server under the LAN setting in the browers
but i cannot seem to get the tv or bluray player to use that proxy IP once they have connected through the router
Thank you for the update.
Were you able to enter the Proxy information into the player itself?
the available set boxes are: MAC Address/IP Address/Subnet Mask/Gateway/DNS server
i thought it would be as easy as changing the IP address, but that appears to be the IP address for the device itself
any thoughts about where to put the proxy IP ?
I do have thoughts, but the fact is that you won't be able to set it up this way with a proxy setup.
i can set my proxy ip server to accept traffic from the device IP, but how do i get the gateway/modem to direct the device to that IP?
can i use the spare router i have to make this work?
Please, elaborate on how you wish this to work.
i want the TV and blu ray to access their internet from the proxy server IP. I don't mind having them use the spare router dedicated to that proxy IP, but it all needs to still flow through the UVerse modem/gateway
No, that does not make sense to me, yet.
my home IP address is XX.XX.XX.X, i need my tv and blu ray to show have an IP address of ZZ.ZZ.ZZ.Z in order to fully function
Do you have a server setup on your network at all?
my own server? no.
If you did, it would make this a whole lot easier.
Simply put, the hardware that you have may not allow for this.
it seems so easy within the browser LAN settings, can't be that hard, right?
It is easy with the browser lan settings because it was built into the applicatin.
Who ever wrote the firmware for that player did not include those values because 99.999% of the time people don't need to use that.
Would setting up one of the computers that do work with the proxy setup, so that it can re-route the Internet to the player?
i see. any way to tell my spare netgear router to only access the internet through the proxy IP and then connect the devices to that router?
So it would go Modem > Computer > Player
If you have a $1,000 router, you may have access to that type of setup.
how would the modem-computer-player setup work? does the player have to be hard connected to the computer?
Is the player wireless or hardwired?
i have it wireless now, but can ethernet it to the router if necessary
or to the computer i guess
Is the computer that uses the proxy wireless or hardwired to the router?
You could enable Internet Connection Sharing on the computer, plug the 2nd extra router into that computer, and wirelessly connect the player to that 2nd player.
Are you familiar with this type of configuration?
If not, may I remote into your system real quick and set this up for you?
yes familar, can i bypass the router setup if I ethernet the player to the computer?
That is correct
If that is possible, that would be the best choice.
alright, ethernet connected computer to player and computer using proxy server
need to tell player to talk to computer to get internet
You can just set it to obtain IP automatically on the player.
Have you already setup Internet Connection Sharing on the computer?
no...need to do that step...
Yes you do
in Win7 where is that?
Or I can do that for you, if you wish.
May I remote in and do this for you?
If you do it incorrectly, you may mess up the Internet connection on the laptop.
sure, but i'd like to see the steps so i can go back and forth
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The remote does not seem to be running.
The remote is not running. Let's try this another way.
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