Updating samsung blu ray
I even upgraded the firmware on my router and rebooted that. I then got into my DSL modem (yes, AT&T customer here) and couldn't find a time zone setting. I have my own router behind the AT&T gateway as I like to have full control over my network.
I'm a computer network profession and have been for over 15 years.
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This WILL solve the issue, if you can manage to figure out how to do it.
tfulton52This thread is dated January 2017 and is unlikely to attract any helpers now.I didn't do any packet captures to try and figure out what was going on but I managed to get it working only after plugging it into the AT&T gateway, around my router.I do not understand why this is but got the idea from reading others trying to troubleshoot their Bluray players. I'm not blocking outgoing NTP requests at my router.It is way faster than my old Bluray player but I'm not pleased with this experience.Depending on the exact model and device capabilities, a Samsung Blu-ray player may be able to update the device software and firmware via USB Flash Drive, burned optical disc or straight over the Internet.