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How to install the router I just got an Ipod touch and a D-Link router and my computer is a mac and i have no clue how to set it up, any help would be great. I have the wireless and am on DSL. The Router is Dir-615

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Hi mp3dummy,

1. Go to Settings
2. Go to Wi-FI
3. Click on Your Wireless
4. Punch in your WEP/WPA key
5. Connect to it.

I am not to sure if this is what you are asking of, but please get back to me if it isn't! All the best.


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