I need to connect my wifi network in my home

Apple Ipad wi-fi 64gb tablet
September 7, 2010 at 11:51:11
Specs: Windows 7
My ipad 64gb wifi doesn´t connect my wifi network, it has identified the net work, but after I type the password it shows that is unable to join the network identified.
Please I need your help asap.
I saw some new in this site where it says to tap some word in wifi configuration, but I didn´t see any where I cant tap that.

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#1
September 10, 2010 at 01:07:12
So you bring your wireless-enabled laptop home, and you want to connect it to your home wireless network and have it work without too much intervention. After you get everything set up, it should be fairly straightforward.

For the purposes of this discussion, we're going to assume some basic parameters and equipment. If your home network looks a bit different, you'll still be able to make things work, but it may not be quite as simple and straightforward. Figure 1 shows a typical home wired/wireless network that includes a cable or DSL modem, a wireless gateway that has four wired network ports, and computers for the kitchen, home office, and the kids' bedroom.
Figure 1

Figure 1

Our home network has a multi-mode D-Link DI-774 gateway that works with the built-in 802.11b in our new work laptop. The wireless network name we're using at home is "ExampleHome_g". This is often called the service set identifier (SSID) by wireless manufacturers and is a case-sensitive name that uniquely identifies the network. Each brand's methodology for setup is a bit different, so setting up yours may differ slightly from what I show here.


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#2
September 24, 2010 at 19:06:35
Try putting a different key, remember it must be encrypted, you are given 4, if you have any other wireless devices connected to your network, they are using an encrypted key, not the password used to get them, try changing the keys and see the results you get.

To get the 4 different keys, go to your wireless router tech page and look for "how to set up a securely wireless red" or type 192.168.0.1 in your web browser, leave the username in blank and for password type "admin" (In Linksys modems)


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