Originally Posted by cubesys
If you are having an issue getting the iTach on the network it may be due to the password you are using. I know of a user that had a long password that he simplified to a shorter one (both were WPA2 and that fixed the issue). Also, maybe there are characters that it does not like.
Thanks, I will try changing the password. Also, can you confirm that once the WF2IR is connected to my network that the iHelp should locate it and its IP Address will in fact be different than the "http://169.254.1.70
Another thing that has happend after trying several times is that sometimes after putting all the info in and getting the reboot message the power LED will blink (yet I still can't get it on the network) and somtimes after starting over and putting the info in and getting the reboot message the power LED will stay on.
If it is connected to my network, should it still be a viewable local network or should it no longer be listed?
If the power LED is blinking, its no longer listed as a local network, but the iHelp can't find it what does that mean?
If the power LED is blinking, its no longer listed as a local network and the iHelp can find it but lists its IP as "http:/169.254.1.70" what does that mean?
If the power LED is blinking, its no longer listed as a local network and the iHelp can find it but lists its IP as "http:/169.254.1.70", I right click and choose "configure" sometimes the setup page will load but mainly I get a page not found type response, would this mean the WF2IR isn't connected to any network?
When the WF2IR is reset, does that completely start it over?
After resetting it and using a PC, I am unable to choose Infrastructure and put all that info in, the "network page" only offers to "enable lock" or "enable DHCP" and to save the change.
After resetting it and using a Mac, I am able to choose Infrastructure, then the options to "enable lock", "enable DHCP", IP, mask, security, ssid, password, and save appear. I type in my network name, choose WPA2, enter my password, and when I click "enable DHCP" mask dissapears (I guess that is normal) and then save. The WF2IR lights flash and what not, the page tells me reboot in progress, but I have never seen anything that said the reboot is complete (should I see this?) after a while I just disconnect from the iTach's network and log back into mine. Again, everytime the iHelp has found the WF2IR after doing these steps it shows the IP Address as "http://169.254.1.70
". Am I missing a step?
Sorry for the long post, just really want to figure this out since I spent about 6 hours yesterday doing this over and over with no luck. Could the unit be bad? Thanks for the help!