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The following site mentions several factors that may be causing intermittent connection. I suggest you fix the ones that may be fixed. Check what may be checked. Some may not be fixable.. Is your intermittent connection experienced more often than not in a particular environment? Does that require you be blogtcked from a direct line of sight to your router? Is the blockage, if present, significant in terms of wiring or electronics.
1. Choose (Settings) then (WiFi) then (turn WiFi on)
2. Set iPod touch to ask if you want to join a new network:Choose (WiFi) and turn (Ask to Join Networks) ON or OFF.
Then you'll need to join a WiFi network (your D-Link for instance)
1. Choose (Settings) then (WiFi) then wait until your D-Link shows up in the list of networks.
2. Select your network and if you have a password for your router make sure you type it. (networks that require a password have a lock icon next to it) then tap (join)
Once you join a WiFi network manually, iPod touch will automatically connect to it whenever the network is in range. If more than one previously used network is in range, iPod touch joins the one last used.
When iPod touch is connected to a WiFi network, the WiFi icon in the status bar at the top of the screen shows the connection strength. The more bars you see, the stronger the connection.
I might be able to help you on your case.
When you are connected to the wifi on your ipod touch do the followings
Settings>>wifi>>(you will see a blue arrow next to the wifi signal you are connected) tap on the blue button>>you will see couple of lines full with numbers.
If you see anything full less then 4 line then do these procedures.
After you press the arrow button you will see at the top part saying forget this netwok. Tap on that and then try to re-connect with the wifi.And then do the above procedures.
If it still doesnt solves your problem then this is because of your wifi connection.Try to reset your wifi connection or use another connection. Hope this will help you.
All you have to do to the ipod is go to settings, wifi and make sure its turned on in the same place you should see a list of wifi networks you can connect to just tap the one you want and the ipod will do its thing your done, but if you done all that and you ipod doesnt go online says connected but wont access the net, my guess is the wifi router you mite have some prob with that, make sure the internet ethernet cable is pluged into the modem plug not the numbered slots after this you should be good to go unless your wifi modem is new if so some req you to plug it to your computer via ethernet cable to program it first! Hope this helps
After you turn on your wifi, you can simply follow the first 3 steps of this (http://iris.nyit.edu/oit/academic/FAQ/faq/2wireless/20026/20026.pdf) tutorial. After that, you should see your home wifi name in the list (as in the photo in the tutorial.). You should first connect to a network from this list (possibly with a wifi password), then it should connect automaticly evertime you swtich on wifi. After you have successfully connected to a wifi, you should see the wifi icon changes in the task bar. Hope this helps.
Did it ever connect to wifi before? I had the problem today and when it picked up the network connection I hit "forget network" and the let it reload, then I re-entered my password (to the network) and it connected perfectly :) Hope this helps you.