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connecting iPod to wireless network

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My dad just bought a new iPod, but he and I are both having trouble connecting it to our network. We're trying to connect it to the wireless router, but while it is connected, it suddenly shows that the wireless icon on our (Belkin) router blinks a steady yellow, and the iPod still keeps telling me it's not connected to the internet.

Any tips on how to get it to work, or do I need to supply more information, or anything like that? It'd be much appreciated.

UPDATE: Okay, let me rephrase that now. I found out that I can disable my security key to get the iPod to work, but in turn that makes my other wireless access devices (my Wii and DS, for example) and my dad's laptop from connecting to the internet. Is there a way for me to get my dad's iPod to connect to the router without disabling the security?

Edited by Chamelion, 21 December 2010 - 08:07 AM.

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