Last night, I had a network problem with my BD75 at power-off. I had been watching netflix, and without stopping playback or returning to the main menu I just powered the unit off with the remote. I assumed that should be ok, but it wasn't. The front panel displayed "bye", but it never properly shut off. It was still showing "bye" this morning.
Judging by the blinking lights on my LAN switch this morning, the BD75 was just sending packets continually. Result, my LAN had been locked up from the moment I turned the BD75 off, there was no internet access from any device until I unplugged the unit in the morning, then plugged it back in without any issue. But, obviously, this should not happen.
Has anyone else seen this?
One other, possibly unrelated issue: when I had started up the unit yesterday, it complained of no network access, although it had worked the day before, and no connections changed. Worked OK after pulling the power plug and reconnecting. Behaved as if it had a time-out on its DHCP-assigned IP address that it had neglected to renew after 24 hours. But surely the firmware authors wouldn't make a simple mistake like that... (?)
Update: I went into network setup and turned off DHCP, set a fixed IP and haven't seen this problem since.