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Using OSDM.

Using OSDM.

Using OSDM.

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I have reset my 7100 and now have an IP address of 10 0 2 0. on my laptop i have set the IPV4 setting to 10.0.2.100 When i try to log in I use a user name of admin and password of samsung. response is check link between DM and system.

Any ideas??

Thanks

RE: Using OSDM.

Try changing the IP with a digital phone and integrate it to your actual network, most of the times this works.

How to change IP via phone:

Press Transfer
Press 800
Press passcode, default is 4321
Press volume up to change Disable to Enable
Press Transfer
Program mode via phone is now enabled

Press Transfer
Press 830
fill in the IP, navigate with volume buttons and the right key of the buttons directly under the screen
Press Transfer when selected yes on reboot.

RE: Using OSDM.

your address in deafault will be 10.0.2.10 , not 10.0.2.0. this will be your issue.

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