02. Connect dbell to WiFi using LAN search

  • If One-Touch setup was unsuccessful
  • Adding dbell HD live to a secondary device, eg., 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th smartphone etc.

LAN Search setup video and Slide show

 


Before you run LAN setup,

  • To use LAN search setup for additional device after successful completion of One-Touch setup, dbell doesn’t need to be connected to your router by an Ethernet cable
  • If One-Touch setup fails, connect dbell Live to Router/switch by an Ethernet Cable and then power up dbell
  • Smartphone/tablet is connected to the same network as your dbell using 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band NOT 5GHz

 

LAN Search Setup: step by step

Setup

Connected dbell with a LAN cable to your router/switch first and then power up dbell

Smartphone needs to be connected to the same 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Network dbell is connected to.

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Step 1.

Tap Add device

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Step 2.

Tap LAN search

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Step 3.

Tap dbell found

Tap Refresh if you get error message ‘Search Failed’

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Step 4.

Type user name

Type Password

*If this is first time setup DO NOT TYPE ANY PASSWORD

Press Done

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If you are doing LAN setup for your additional devices, eg., 2nd, 3rd or 4th devices, your setup is now complete.

Step 5.

If you are doing LAN setup because One-Touch setup didn’t work, then configure the Wi-Fi setup now:

Press Setup

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Step 6.

Tap Wi-Fi settings

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Step 7.

Tap Manage Wi-Fi Network

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Step 8.

Find your Wi-Fi Name from the list and select by touching it

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Step 9.

Enter your Wi-Fi password

Press Done

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Note

If dbell doesn’t become online within a minute  Wi-Fi password is incorrect, Repeat the process from STEP-5

If you experience any problems, please contact us for further support.

If setup is unsuccessful:

  1. Your Wi-Fi password is not more than 16 characters
  2. If you are using MAC filtering, dbell MAC address is added to your list
  3. Your network DNS is defined, not blank. For example, DNS is not 0.0.0.0

Please also check the following:

  • IPv4 Default Gateway and IPv4 DNS server address is the same.
  • For example, if your Default Gateway is 192.168.1.1 DNS server is also 192.168.1.1
  • If you have ISP provided DNS which is different than your Default Gateway, if possible make it same as default gateway and use the ISP DNS entry for DNS2

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