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<p>Netgear WNR2000, a wireless-N router, you can connect to the
Internet without the hassle of cables. IPod touch supports Wi-Fi (wireless)
connections. If you're within range of the router, you can connect to the
wireless network. Once connected, enjoy a fast transfer speeds that allow you
to quickly scroll pages and run the programs enabled network. <br />
<p>1. Connect the iPod Touch. Tap Settings on the Home screen
settings of media player to start. <br />
<p>2. Scroll through the settings when you come to "Wi-Fi,
tap to activate the feature. IPod touch detects networks in range. <br />
<p>3. Select the Netgear WNR2000 Wi-Fi network can include the
name has been set, so it helps to know the name. If a secure network, enter the
password. If you do not know the password, your iPod Touch cannot connect to
the network. Once selected, your iPod automatically connect to the network. The
Wi-Fi icon in the status bar at the top. <br />
<p>4. Select "ON" next "Ask to Join" if you
want your iPod touch to ask you to connect to wireless networks within range. <br />
This problem appears most in ZyXEL routers and NETGEAR routers.
On those routers with the original firmware, only ONE computer has internet access at any given time.
So, when your laptop is on you wi-fi, the iPod cannot access the internet.
When the iPod has internet, the laptop cant.
when it attempts to connect to your network, it is asking for the wep key which is located on the bottom label of your wireless router. look on your router and write down the wep key. attempt to connect again and enter that key. also go to settings and make sure you attempting to log into your wireless not your neighbors. your network identifier should be on your router also.
You must have your wireless profile's name and passkey. Try resetting your router, then make sure you create a new profile for your desktop and take note of the details (ie name, WEP/WPA Key) Should work just fine if you follow the steps.