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wifi and router problem

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i got my hands on my first iOS device, a ipod touch

the ipod touch connects to my wifi Linksys router WRT54G fine, but it cant access the internet.......

i have assigned it static IP address 192.168.2.15, subnet 255.255.255.0 and DNS 192.168.5.1.....
(similar settings are used on my laptop and desktop computers)

i dont understand what should "router" setting should be as well as "search domains"..

HTTP Proxy is set to off

i can ping the ipod touch static IP address fine........................


another question is how do i find out the version of ipod touch ie hardware version not the sofware version whether its 4 th generation or3rd generation ipod
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another question is how do i find out the version of ipod touch ie hardware version not the sofware version whether its 4 th generation or3rd generation ipod

Via model number, visible in the About section of the General preferences.
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what does model MD057LL means???????????
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what does model MD057LL means???????????

You have a 4th-gen iPod touch.
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Originally Posted by makhan10 View Post

i got my hands on my first iOS device, a ipod touch

the ipod touch connects to my wifi Linksys router WRT54G fine, but it cant access the internet.......

i have assigned it static IP address 192.168.2.15, subnet 255.255.255.0 and DNS 192.168.5.1.....
(similar settings are used on my laptop and desktop computers)

i dont understand what should "router" setting should be as well as "search domains"..

HTTP Proxy is set to off

i can ping the ipod touch static IP address fine........................


another question is how do i find out the version of ipod touch ie hardware version not the sofware version whether its 4 th generation or3rd generation ipod

You appear to have your DNS on a machine on a different subnet - is that a typo. In any case, for a static assigned IP you have to specify the gateway (or router) address explicitly - that should be the 54G IP address.
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