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First connect to the Livebox (without the range extender) to see if you can access the internet. If you can get on the net there open your browser and type http://dlinkap.local in the address line, and set-up the d-link. the most common problem is the password on the router (the livebox).
Yes, you need to press button #1 on the livebox , which will put it into 'accepting new wifi devices' mode. This lasts about 1 hour.Presumably you've entered the wep key from the label on the bottom of the livebox into your macbook? don't forget it's got to be UPPERCASE characters!
You need to out the Livebox into pairing mode to allow the iPod Touch to connect. Press the button marked '1' on the back of the Livebox. This will start the wireless LED flashing and puts the Livebox into 'Pairing' mode. Use the WEP key that is printed on the label on the bottom of the Livebox. NOTE: There is a limit to the number of devices you can connect.(6)
Try to eliminate the problem into smaller parts. Try networking the two via the same power outlet via a multiple power board first in the same room. I don't have much experience with these powerline ethernet but i'm sure the configuration of these will be very similar as wireless router / access points and wireless adapter cards. However what I do know is that your power outlets need to be on the same "phase" of your electrical power system, so if you do this test I suggest (from one outlet board) you know the equipment works and your setup procedure works. then try seperating again and if it still doesnt work, check if your power outlets are wired on seperate phases (depends if your house has 3 phase wiring incoming to your home or not). Try another room or another outlet.