So I've read through most of the "WiFi problems" threads and everything else out on Google and I have yet to find a problem similar to mine. I have a 2G 16gb iPod Touch on firmware 2.2. I've had the Wifi set up at home since day 1 with no problems. I can connect at Starbucks, Panera, etc... The only place that I can't connect is my In-Law's house. They have a Belkin wireless router (sorry, I don't know the model #) which I set up for them with 128bit WEP encryption. Using the 26 digit passkey, I can connect their laptop, my laptop, cell phone, etc... but not my iPod. When I turn on WiFi, their signal is detected, and when I select it, I'm prompted to enter the passkey. After entering the key and hitting "join", it always tells me that the password is incorrect. Keep in mind, this is the same passkey that I used to connect the other items. I've tried CAPS, no CAPS, some CAPS, resetting the iPod, resetting the router, changing the passkey, manually entering the network name... basically everything I can think of. I know that it can connect to the router because if I turn off the encryption, it works. Does anybody have a clue what the problem is?