Question about Apple iPod touch
Fi signal..........already tried manually changing the ip adress and dns...and i cant ever connect
You shouldn't need to change the Address or DNS.
On your wireless router, make sure of your Firewall settings (if there is any form of blocking) and it's security settings (eg, network name, password and security type etc). Once you are sure of it's settings, on the iPod go to Settings, then Wifi. In there turn off then on wifi. Allow it to scan then if it comes up with your network, select it then type in the password when requested and tap Join. If it doesn't show you need to enter it manually. To do this tap on Other then type in the Network name. It should now request a password (if one is set) and you are then connected indicated by the wifi logo in the status bar.
For more info refer to your ipod touch manual pages 90-91.
All the best.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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