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first off find out what kind of router you have and hopefully you didnt change and forget the password to get into that once you have the password to the router connect to it and look under a tab labled wireless, security and then somewhere in that area you should have options for setting the password, change it and remember what it is :)
Go to your computer and type in 192.168.1.1 it should take you to your router's main menu. Then search for something like Wireless Conection or Wireless Config, it should then tell you your roouter's name and password.
First put security on the router that you are using. Then see if other computers are able to connect to it. If it can already, turn off and on the IPOD touch then search for a network. Once you see the network Select it to connect then it should as for the security key. As for the wireless security on your router make sure that you are using only WEP or WPA the IPOD touch does not support WPA2 yet.
Here is what I did with my Linksys. I went into my security settings and retrieved my Encryption code. Entered it EXACTLY the same as my password (and not the password I had setup on my router). At first it said I was connected, but no bars, then I went into the info (IP, Subnet mask, ETC) and changed it to static and *~POOF~* Wi-Fi connected.
try this! If your iTouch says you are connected to your network but you can't surf and you've been able to connect in the past...you have to reset your network connections on your iTouch.
Go to Settings Go to General Go down to Reset Go to Reset Network Settings It will ask for your iTouch Passcode...enter it Then, hit the red "Reset Network Settings" After that, go back to "Wi-Fi" in Settings... ...and connect to your network again. It might ask you for your WEP password, if it does, enter it. The IP Address, Subnet Mask, Router and DNS fields should now have entries in them. Surf Away!!
I finally discovered the problem. I have a Linksys wireless
router, so when I tried to log on with my iTouch, I got the
message "Unable to join network "my network name" when
I typed in my password. One day, after many trys, I tried
typing in the network security key for my router, and Voila,
it worked. For some unknown reason (to me), the iTouch
recognizes the the network security key as the password.