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    Default iPhone is not connecting in my home's SSID!
    Hello.

    I have this wireless router:
    Siemens ADSL SL2-141
    (Firmware: 3.63w
    ADSL2+ : A2pB023k.d20h
    Wireless : 3.131.35.6 )

    but my iphone shows every time that it can't connect in the wireless ssid.
    I've tried a public one and it worked, but mine cannot connect.
    Is there something I should change?

    thanks

    PS: encryption is 64-bit WEP

    edit: I now mentioned that some times when trying to connect from the iphone, the router disconnects from the internet and kicks out my laptop from the wi-fi.

    re edit:

    I just disabled security and the phone logged in the wi-fi with no prob!!
    Though I cant leave the network unsecured!!

    I get the following options in the security page:

    Wireless Security: 64-bit WEP or.....
    Authentication Type: Shared key or Open System
    Format: Hexadecimal digits or ASCII characters

    Key1:
    Key2:
    Key3:
    Key4:

    Default Transmission Key: 1 or 2 or 3 or 4
    Last edited by DangerZone; 12-30-2008 at 03:43 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

  2. #2
    1. Leave it unsecured, and only allow known MAC addresses to use it. It's probably better security than WEP-64.
    2. See if you can upgrade the firmware for your router.
    3. Can the router support WPA? it's more secure than old WEP!

    Anyone of these options may help.

    good luck!
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  3. #3
    it seems like the router authentication problem.I advise 2 u,just reset your router then setup it again.I hope it works...

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by jakecigar View Post
    1. Leave it unsecured, and only allow known MAC addresses to use it. It's probably better security than WEP-64.
    2. See if you can upgrade the firmware for your router.
    3. Can the router support WPA? it's more secure than old WEP!

    Anyone of these options may help.

    good luck!
    1. thats not really easy... many pcs!
    2. im gonna check it.
    3. yes it does but dont think it ll work!

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