First off, sorry if this was asked before because I looked briefly and didn't find anything. Well, anyways, I have a touch and my college has wifi, but you have to go see them so they can let you get on their network. I went in with my touch and the guy there said that the iphone and the touch and any apple computer can't log on to their wifi. Maybe... but I don't think so. It's not that they filter out apple computers, the guys says there's a compatibility issue... Now here's the thing! When I open up the wifi settings in my touch I get two networks that show up. 1)My university's main wifi, and 2)Guest account limited access, I guess for people that are visiting or not students. Well, I can't log on to the University wifi because I don't have their password or anything like that and the network is locked. On the limited guest account access network that is not locked, I can connect and go to a web page that asks for user name, and password, this is the only web page I can view. The web page is displayed correctly and has the correct images and everything. I compared it to what it looked like on a friends laptop (who can access the universities wifi) and the pages look the exact same. This leads me to believe that if I can't log into the university's main wifi, I would be able able to log into their guest network for internet access since I can get to the main screen for it. I think the guy was a lazy piece of sh*t! He was like. "Ohh.. what is that??? An iphone?? It wont work." Then I said it was a touch and he said, "Oh, well that wont work either." Sorry for the long post, but I'm trying to be descriptive as possible. Is it true that the touch is incompatible with the main network, but yet seems compatible with the guest network? I should have asked to setup a guest account and I really think it would have worked. I think he said it was compatibility issue with WPA and the University uses WPA2, or something like that, I'm not even sure what that means.