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iPod touch wifi password

I bought a new iPod touch and I want to connect it to my home network. The iPod asks for a password for my network but I don't know what it is or where to find it. I am using a Motorola SBG 900 cable gateway, OS. is Windows 7, any ideas would be great Thanks Brian.

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That password

is used by the Wireless portion of your router.

That is where you will find the password.

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passwords normaly obfuscated

Good general advice, but it won't help the OP.

To the OP> Who set up your wireless network? The person or company/ISP you used to setup your equipment is the contact to consult with regarding the password. It wont' be accessible to you in plain text anywhere unless you happen to have wrote it down when it was set up.

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That pesky password
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iPod touch wifi password

Thanks to every one but I fixed my problem with the iPod touch. Thanks again

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(NT) And the fix was?
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iPod touch wifi password

The fix was using capital letters for the WEP key witch the dumb iPod does not say.

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Ahh,

the dumb iPod.

You would think that the dozy wireless router would have mentioned it, given that it's where that, all capital, password is stored. Happy

At least you are back in business.


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