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FRITZ!Box 6490 Serwis
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Using a television in the FRITZ!Box home network

If your television is equipped with a LAN port and/or has a wireless module, you can simply connect it to a LAN port or the wireless network (WiFi) of your FRITZ!Box. The television can then access the Internet and be used as a playback device for videos, music, and image files in the FRITZ!Box home network.

Important:Some of the settings described here are only displayed if the advanced view is enabled in the user interface.

1 Preparations

Enabling the FRITZ!Box's DHCP server

The FRITZ!Box is configured as a DHCP server in the factory settings. If you disabled the FRITZ!Box's DHCP server, configure the following settings:

  1. Click "Home Network" in the FRITZ!Box user interface.
  2. Click "Home Network Overview" in the "Home Network" menu.
  3. Click on the "Network Settings" tab.
  4. Click the "IPv4 Addresses" button.
  5. Enable the DHCP server and define the range from which the FRITZ!Box assigns IP addresses.

    Note:The FRITZ!Box uses the IP address (subnet mask and assigns IP addresses from xxx.20 to xxx.200 in the factory settings.

  6. Click "OK" to save the settings.

Setting up the FRITZ!Box as a Media Server

The following step is only necessary if you wish to use the television to play videos, music and image files from the FRITZ!Box Media Server:

2 Configuring the television

The television needs special IP settings in order to communicate with the FRITZ!Box and other network devices in the home network:

  • Configure the television to automatically obtain IP settings (DHCP client).

    Note:You can find information on configuring the television in its manual, or consult its manufacturer directly.

3 Connecting the television to the FRITZ!Box

Now the television is connected to the Internet via the FRITZ!Box. It can play files from media servers in the FRITZ!Box home network, such as the Windows Media Player.

Note:You can find additional information on configuring the television in its manual, or consult its manufacturer directly.