Google your question for detailed setup instructions. Works great for my IPod 4 generation.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
simple. first you must set the router up with an SSID and also a WPA2 password. once that is done, you simply turn the ipod on (and after setting it up with itunes on your computer) go into settings, you will see wifi and a switch set to "OFF", slide that to "ON" and when you see your SSID from your router, click on it, it will then ask for your WPA2 password. Enter the password and your all set.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
- lewiston maine
the Ipod will search for signal and connect just enter a passphase you select netgear will answer any questions you have and walk you through it very easy. I used them once and they are good any time there 24/7 for you.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
- Endicott, New York
It should be easy (at least it was for the 3G ipod touch.) Leave all the default settings as is, and once you set it up with your network name and password (which you choose, so make it one that is hard to guess), then on the ipod touch go to settings..wifi...on...and click on your network's name. Then you will need to enter the password. From then on, you will not need to enter the password on the ipod. That's the easy version. You can also, for increased security for your network, make it so the network can only be used by specific devices, but that's a bit more complicated. (If you're interested, it involves using the access control card.)
But getting it set up with the ipod is a piece of cake. Like I said, my ipod touch is 3G, so there may be some slight variations with the 4G.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago