Originally Posted by iblumberg
Are you having the bridge do DHCP and assign the IP address? If so, reconfigure to have your router as the only DHCP provider and let the router supply the IP address. This is the configuration I have been using.
If that does not work, take a look at any firewalls on the bridge or on your router.
Thanks again, Ira, for responding. I have everything set as you indicate, my bridge is communicating with the router, but I can't get the AVR back to the point where I first tried to connect.
When I first tried, prior to writing, the 4310 did respond and indicated that there was a firmware upgrade, and did I want to upgrade. I checked yes and it indicated that it would take 51 minutes to upgrade; fine. But, a minute later, it came back and stated that it could not upgrade because it could not connect to the internet. Since that point, I can't get the unit to respond. "Network Connecting" shows me that I have selected DHCP, the Unit Name, and MAC address, but no IP. I've tried a static ip to match the bridge, I've gone back to DHCP, and I've even reset the microprocessor, but it's had no impact on the network. It appears stuck in whatever status I put it in on my first try.
Everything else works fine. I would hate to return a unit for a fixable situation, but I may have no choice here (ABT). I have until the 24th.
* I've got it working to the point that I feel confident I will reach the finish line in one piece; haggard, but in one piece. I can bring up the web menu now, so it's fine within my network. I'm still not getting out to Denon, but again, I'm certain that I will.