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I wasn't sure where to post this but I figured it'd be helpful for others (although I'm a bit late to the game in getting a Denon S-52).


I was having a problem with the S-52 connecting to the wireless access point.


At first I thought it was signal strength and then it occurred to me: It may be DHCP (like the DHCP in the Denon being a little flakey). Looks like I was correct. I set the IP/gateway/subnet mask/DNS in the box and it now connects everytime. When I unplug and then plug it back in it flashes the clock a bit and then it connects and you can see it setting the clock correctly.


Anyway - hopefully someone who's having the same problem as me will search on this and then find this and it'll make their day better.
 

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Y'know, that's a good idea and might solve a problem I have with my Blu-Ray DVD player. (It likes to screw up my network somehow) It seems so obvious now, I dunno why I didn't think of it sooner! Thanks!
 
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