Question about Zyxel P660HW-D1 Router
My own iPod Touch connects fine to the WiFi, but my husband got one today and I can't connect it, even tho I've done everything the same! When I go into the settings, if I let it automatically find the IP address and all the other settings, then the 'Router' box appears blank! It's as if the iPod can't find the router! If I enter the settings manually it just doesn't remember them and still doesn't connect!
Also, the iPod tells me that I'm connected (without the router info) and even gives me full bars, but when I try to do anything requiring internet access it just says loading but never does.
Please help this is driving me nuts!!!
MY only solution was reset my i-pod touch, and after reset it's working very well my Wi-Fi.
To reset your i-pod touch just go to settings
you will find reset button.
Alternately, check your router to see if it actually sees the i-pod.
Try re-synching your i-pod.
Also try resetting your router with the i-pod off then after router resets turn i-pod back on. Should find then..
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Here's what worked for me:
1. go to your router settings (try typing in 192.168.1.1 where you normally type websites). if that doesn't work, go to the website of whoever manufactures your router. they will tell you the login and password for step 2.
2. enter your password to modify router's settings. default is normally "admin" and "admin"
3. settings for different routers will vary, but go to "wireless" and enable SSID broadcast. now your router will appear in iTouch.
the biggest lesson i learned here is that your "password" to modify router settings is not necessarily the same as your Encryption or WEP "key". navigate in router settings to "Wireless Security" (or something like that) and find your WEP (or WPA, etc.) KEY.
Now you should see your network and have the accurate password. Test it, and afterwards you can "Disable SSID broadcast" and login manually on your itouch. Just make sure you took note of the type of security being used (WEP, WPA, etc).
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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