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How to connect the BRAVIA TV to a network using a wired connection

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Why use a wired connection?

A wired connection ensures a stable connection. That way you can enjoy streaming high capacity 4K image data from network services such as YouTube.
 

1. Setting up a wired connection

Connect an Ethernet cable from the router to the Local Area Network (LAN) jack on the back of the product.

Available open LAN port on the wired or wireless LAN Routers and Modems

[A] Wired or wireless LAN Routers and Modems (Equipped with Router Function)
[B] BRAVIA TV

If there is no open LAN port on the router, you will need a hub device to connect the BRAVIA TV to your modem. Contact an Internet service provider or manufacturer if you're unsure about the specifications.

Use a hub device if no open LAN port on the wired or wireless Modem

[A] Wired or wireless Modem (Equipped with Router Function)
[B] Hub
[C] BRAVIA TV
 

2. Adjusting your settings

For Android TV™ models

  1. Press the HOME button on the remote.
  2. Select  Settings.
  3. Select Network in the Network & Accessories category.
  4. Select Network setup.
  5. Select Easy.
  6. Select Wired LAN and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

For TV models released in and before 2014

  1. Press the HOME button on the remote.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Select Network setup.
  5. Select Set up network connection or Wired Setup.
  6. Select Easy or Auto, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

Connection diagnosis

Depending on the TV model, connection diagnosis can be used. If the TV cannot be connected to the Internet, try to diagnose the issue.
The BRAVIA TV cannot be connected to the Internet.

 


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