The Tizen Studio TV SDK supports bridged networking. You can connect an emulator to a network through a host computer, so that it has its own IP address.
Bridged networking connects an emulator to a network using the host computer's Ethernet adapter. Using bridged networking, the emulator has its own independent IP address, so you can test applications which use technologies, such as "Smart View" or "AllShare", to communicate with mobile devices.
Bridged networking is configured in the emulator properties. You can access the emulator properties in 2 ways:
To configure an emulator to use a bridged network:
In the "Network" tab, select "Bridge" from the "Connect Type" drop-down menu.
Create a tap device by clicking the "Create tap" button (). In the popup window, select the host network from the drop-down menu and click "OK".
The tap device drivers are installed and bridged networking is configured automatically for the host computer network. Click "OK".
On Windows®, you must set the host IP address manually: