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Cant connect to the wireless net work


You probably have a slow internet connection. It is recommended that you have a minimum 25/25 Mbps connection from your provider. If you do then the Roku might be too far from your wireless router. Try to move the router closer to the Roku if possible. The best way to watch streaming video is with a wired Ethernet connection with a Roku 2 or other wired device.

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Once you see the Roku box's welcome screen, press the "Select" button on your Roku box's remote control.

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  • Connect the Roku box to your television in accordance with the procedure outlined in your Roku box's manual.

  • Turn on your TVicon1.png, and change it to the input channel for your Roku box. Once you see the Roku box's welcome screen, press the "Select" button on your Roku box's remote control.


  • Select the type of network connectionicon1.png you have (wired or wireless) on the network screen, and provide the necessary information that applies to your network. Once a network connection is established, you should see the activation screen with an activation code.

  • Visit the Netflix activation website on your computer (www.netflix.com/activate) and log in to your account if asked to do so. Enter the activation code on your television screen into the text box on the activation page. The Roku box will now activate.
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    I have a Roku, which allows me to transfer Netflix films to my TV. Since we no longer have a WiFi it must be attached by wire. I have a Linksys Cisco router. Can yo give me directions on installing both...


    Okay, the router "if needed" first. Do you need a router? A router is used mainly to connect multiple devices to one internet connection. The Roku is one, if you have computer(s) also, then yes you need a router. Is the Linksys router wireless?
    From the wall the coaxial cable TV/internet cable goes into the cable modem and another coaxial to the Cable box. Wire to the TV as desired. From the cable modem to the router use a RJ 45 cable into the WAN/Internet port. Now use another RJ 45 cable to the Roku and RJ 45's to the other ports marked 1 to 4 as needed for computers. If the Linksys router is wireless you can set up everything wirelessly.
    Instructions for setting up the Roku is at the link below.
    http://support.roku.com/entries/244199-how-do-i-set-up-my-roku-player
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    I am trying to set up my roku with my router and I cannot find roku.com/link on the web.


    Place the Roku box on your TV or entertainment center and plug it into the wall outlet. Connect the box to your TV with the included AV or HDMI cable. Insert the included batteries into the Roku remote.

  • 2 Turn on the Roku and the TV. Press the "Input" or "Source" button on the TV remote until the Roku menu appears. Follow the instructions until the wireless setup screen appears. Use the remote to select your network and input your Wi-Fi network access code, then press "next."
  • 3 Turn on your computer and log in. Start your Internet browser and type "roku.com/link" in the address bar. Press "Enter."
  • 4 Set up a Roku account if your don't already have one. Enter the code that appears on your TV screen to finish the setup process.

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    What people use is a Roku box and a wireless router.
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    Hello, I am trying to install a ROKU player and it is not finding the internet connection. My laptop is USB connected to my TV. I also have a router connected to the modem of my cable box. Why does it not...


    Connect the modem to the router and the router to the roku player(wired/wireless)

    Restart the roku player and check if you are able to see the welcome screen
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    Choose the network type,if wireless enter the security mode after connecting to the network
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