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BDP09 "port"
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Post 1 made on Friday May 15, 2009 at 20:04
duke-one
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Hello: Does anyone outthere know the port that the BDP09 uses for it's LAN connection. My router would not let me connect with out an "exemption" even though the onboard internet connection test(on the BDP09) passes. The KURO panel uses port 4201, that number is available on screen but I can't find the number for the BluRay player.
Thanks, KDM
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Post 2 made on Monday May 18, 2009 at 04:22
Daniel Tonks
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I'm a little at a loss for this one. Ports are used to access specific services/protocols... not in general per device.

What exactly are you trying to access using the net connection? Does your router have a log to indicate what it's blocking?

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