Wi-fi with password

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by paltonas, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. paltonas

    paltonas New Member

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    I have recently put a password on my wi-fi network and after that I couldn't SSH into my ipod anymore... it worked perfectly before that. Is there a way to apply the wi-fi password into CuteFTP?

    thanks, and yes I did search and nothing came up
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    jamil_d Active Member

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    Make sure you're connected to that network, by opening run, type in cmd. type in ipconfig. your IP address should be in the format of 192.168.x.x. If it isn't, then you're computer is not connected to the same WiFi network, therefore, you cannot SSH.

    I'm no expert in Networking, so just hold on there until a real fix

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  3. masterwill22

    masterwill22 New Member

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    it's probably because of the WPA network. If you can put your own password in, it's usually a WPA network and Ipod touches can't use WPA. They only can use WEP so change back to WEP settings and use the really long keys as the password. Then you can SSH into your ipod touch again

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    For clarification purposes, WPA has better security than WEP but older computers or older models can't use WPA.
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    paltonas New Member

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    Yes, my security was WPA, thanks for the advice
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    actually ipods can use wpa and wpa2, if you go into wifi and click other and manually type your netowrk name in then you can select, none, wep, wpa , and wpa2.

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