4769 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: May 4, 2009 5:55 AM by applegenius18
WEP login on your touch requires a slightly different approach then what you would use on your laptops.
Open up your router's control panel, go to WEP and set it to 128 bit, enter your password and write down the hex key that the router generates. (An alternative is to go to the Advanced section and select WPA encryption.)
On your touch, go to your network, tap the blue > and tap Forget this Network
Still in Settings > WiFi tap Other network. Enter your network name, tell it the encryption scheme used (128 bit WEP), and then, in the password section, enter the hex key that was generated by your router.
You should be logged into your network at this point.
If you are lucky enough to find the WPA encryption section, select WPA-psk (may be labeled personnel or no router). Put your password into the router that you will use. On your touch, do the same things you did before except tell it you are using WPA-psk, and enter your password (and it can be case sensitive depending on what you entered). You will have to update your laptops accordingly.