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Airport Express/Blu-ray player lost communication


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Moved my desk 10 feet to a brighter spot, being careful to leave everything as it was. Essentially, I pulled the main power strip and plugged it into another outlet. Turned everything back on and checked - Mac, printer, everything worked as expected. All communications go through the Airport Express. Blu-ray player LG BD390 can't get internet connection, and it worked fine for the past year. The only thing that has happened is the desk move. The linear distance from the Airport to the player has actually been shortened. Checked Network Status - all lights are green. What am I missing?
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Hello there,

I would try removing the LG component from the network, powering it down, and then adding it back in using the procedure that you used originally to connect it.

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