Question about Linksys WRT160N Wireless Router
Make sure you have set up the security on the router to match the type that can be handled by the ipad.
If you are using WPA2 AES encryption for example, you may want to verify that the ipad2 can connect to it. This could be the case with any type of encryption. If you are using WEP make sure you are choosing the correct bit level (64 bit vs. 128 bit etc)
I would recommend trying WPA TKIP encryption, it is pretty secure and usually pretty universally accepted.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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