Please refer to the DN-V755 User Guide for details on how
to set up your unit inside of your Local Area Network
As an Intellisign customer, we can provide support, give
demos, and transfer content to and from your DN-V755
directly from our facility. Before doing so, your network
must allow outside computers to connect to your network.
There are several ways to implement a remote connection:
• Remote Access
• VPN (Virtual Private Network)
• A Direct IP connection
This method explains how to establish a direct IP
connection. Be sure to consult with your company's Network
Administrator before attempting this procedure.
The Denon DN-V755 can be controlled from a remote location,
across a TCPIP network. By default, the unit is configured
for DHCP and will requests an IP
address from the ISP (Internet Service Provider) upon
initialization. See Fig. 1.
You can display this assigned IP via "Info" using the
front panel of the unit. This assigned IP now becomes the
address through which the browser application may be
Power-Up Sequence. Start by powering down both modem
and DN-V755. Next bring the modem back online, followed by
turning on the V755. The panel indicator lights will flicker
as the unit resolves an IP address. When we checked ours,
the IP was 24.63.77.xxx. Yours will be different.
Once you've established an IP, it can be used to establish a
remote connection via the internet. From your browser's URL
address line, type in the dynamically assigned IP followed
by "/index.htm". See Fig 2. This will launch the Denon
application and allow you to control playlist, manage