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Re: cant connect to net in other loc
There are numerous ways to find out these values so I will cover a few.
Easy Solution (you should be so lucky) Sometimes the value for the Wireless Key is written on the underneath of the router, look for SSID (this is the network name) and WEP or WPA key (called the encryption key)
Alternative Method In order to find out your Wireless Network Key you must first use a cable to connect to your router.
Once connected check that you are connected to the internet by opening Internet Explorer
The address or the router is usually one of the following values:-
I sort of have the same problem. at my house my linksyys always asks for a passcode. the passcode is either the wep key or the wpa key. look around the web to see if you can find where to find the wep or wpa key cuz i still havent found mine
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<p>Apple iPod touch Wi-Fi reception without using a computer.
The device has a built-in 802.11 Wi-Fi receiver, which means that access to the
Internet via a WiFi router that is in range. When connected to a WiFi signal on
your iPod touch, you may be prompted for a password if you must know the
password or ask the Wi-Fi to the administrator. Unsecured Wi-Fi does not
require a password. <br />
<p>1. Press the "Home" button of your iPod touch and
move the cursor to the right on the device. Enter the unlock code if you have
programmed. <br />
<p>2. Touch the "Settings" icon on the home screen of
the iPod touch Settings menu. <br />
<p>3. Play the "Wi-Fi" Network access to the names of
all upcoming Wi-Fi to see. <br />
<p>4. Tap the name of a Wi-Fi to connect. If the network requires
a password, you will be prompted to enter the password. <br />
<p>5. Touch "Join" to complete the connection. Now
you can use any Internet-related programs on your iPod touch. <br />
Connect to WiFi for Your Apple iPod touch b> The iPod touch has the ability to connect to Wi-Fi networks, giving you access to information while on the go. The iPod detects both protected and unprotected networks, and can remember which Wi-Fi networks you have used before, eliminating the need to enter passwords more than once. Your iPod touch should automatically detect wireless networks, but you can also manually connect to a network or switch to a new one.
Tap the "Settings" icon on the home screen and tap the "Wi-Fi" button. Tap the "On/Off" button to turn your Wi-Fi on. Press the "Home" button to return to the home screen. Tap the Safari Web Browser application or any other application that requires Internet access. A list will automatically open on your screen that names all available networks. Tap the network you wish to use from the list. The networks listed are all wireless networks detected by the iPod. Protected networks will have lock icons to the right of their names. Enter the password if the network you have selected is protected. Your iPod touch will store this password for future use. Type in the name of the network you wish to use if it is not listed. A network that is set to not broadcast will not show up on the list of available networks. Check the top left of the screen for the Wi-Fi icon to be sure you have connected. The number of bars on the icon indicates the strength of the signal. b> Manually Connect Tap the "Settings" icon on the home screen and tap the "Wi-Fi" button. Tap the "On/Off" button to turn your Wi-Fi on. Tap a network listed under "Choose a Network..." The networks listed are all wireless networks detected by the iPod. Protected networks will have lock icons to the right of their names. Enter the password if the network you have selected is protected. Your iPod touch will store this password for future use. Type in the name of the network you wish to use if it is not listed. A network set not to broadcast will not show up on the list of available networks. Check the top left of the screen for the Wi-Fi icon to be sure you have connected. The number of bars on the icon indicates the strength of the signal.
Update the ipod software to 3.1.2 to address wi/fi problems, but dont update to the latest version 3.1.3 because the sneaky bastards at Apple used 3.1.3 to undo the jailbreak from Black Rain and Cydia. Theres no big improvement between 3.1.2 and 3.1.3 anyways.
Now make sure your ipod is fully charged and touch settings, wi/fi, slide the wi/fi to on, choose the same wi/fi you use to connect with your computer, and input the same user name and password, push the home button at the bottom of the ipod, then touch on Safari and the internet should be there for you.
It has to be thru a Wi-Fi. Go to your settings and make sure the Wi-Fi is turned on. It does not access the net on it's own like a cell phone. It rides on a Wi-Fi. Check your settings be sure the Wi-Fi is on, if you have Wireless internet in your home you will have to set up the wep settings, or your router numbers.
When Safari says it can not find the server it means it can not find a good or strong enough wi-fi connection. The sever is basicaly just a wi-fi connection that you connect to. You need to find a good connection in order to get on wi-fi.