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I am once again trying to connect my Ipod touch to my wifi. I have reset my wifi password a couple times thinking i must have typed in in wrong, but every time I enter the password on my ipod it just says "incorrect password" . Any suggestions?
What is the brand and model of your router/Gateway?
For example: Westell 7500.
It is a Westell 7500
I have never been able to use my own wifi on my Ipod- it just never accepts my password. I typically have no problem using the wifi at my work (Linksys) that is does not need a password. For whatever reason that has just been coming up "no internet connection" even though it shows as a strong signal the last several days.
#1 In the router go to Wireless Settings -> Wireless Status
#2 It may look like the screen that you see at
#3 What is the setting for MAC Authentication?
#4 What is the setting for SSID Broadcast?
#5 Is Wireless Security Enabled?
#6 If so, without posting what the key is / or posting what the keys are, what is it set to?
For example WEP.
#7 In the router go to Advanced -> Universal Plug and Play
#8 Do you have at least two special computers that support Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) where you can not define the ports that they use?
A perfect example. At least two game consoles. Any two (Two Xboxes, two Playstations, One Xbox and one Playstation).
#9 If so: Do only use one at a time OR are there times when at least two are on?
Upper case and lower case makes a difference. For some, if you use Upper case for a WEP code the device assumes you mean an ASCII string. An ASCII string gets converted to a different set of hexadecimal values than what you want.
So sometimes using lower case helps.