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Hi

We have a samsung smart tv, which is internet enabled.  I was going to use this to display messages for visitors, from a website.

Trouble is our network connects to the internet via a proxy server.. and there are no settings on the tv for proxy connections...

Is there any way to fake the settings?

Cheers

CD
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These TVs do not have an option for Proxy as they are designed for home use and they do not consider a Proxy to be in use.

Your only option is to set an exception on your network/router to allow the TVs IP to communicate on the internet directly.
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