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The iPod Touch
The home screen of the iPod Touch is similar
to the desktop of your computer. The Settings
icon is where we’ll focus our attention.
The settings screen
• On the <Settings Screen> you’ll find
headings for the various options that
can be adjusted. We’ll be looking at
All items necessary to connect to wireless
networks are located in the Wi-Fi Networks
Screen. In this screen, we will turn the Wi-Fi
radio on. Once the radio is on, we will began
to see nearby wi-fi networks.
If the network you are trying to connect to is not
visible, you will need to choose <Other>. You will
be presented with the screen above. You will place
the SSID (Service Set Identifier) for your network
in the space marked <Name> and you will select
the appropriate network security from the space
marked <Security>.
Once you choose the type of network security that
is compatible with the network you are trying to
connect to, you will be prompted for a network
password. Next click Join.
In this screen you will need to make sure DHCP is
selected. Once you are connected to the network
you see the following information on your iPod. IP
Address, Subnet Mask, Router, DNS Search
Domains and Proxy Settings.
The final step in the network configuration is the
proxy setting. There are two DOE proxy methods
available to you. One is manual and the other is an
automatic script. For the manual method, you will
follow the steps above. Choose <Manual> enter
<proxy> in the server space and enter <8002> in
the port space. Authentication stays in the off
The second method of proxy configuration uses a
URL(Uniform Resource Locator) similar to a web
address. The address is:
This address would be entered under the Auto Tab
seen on the last slide.
When you click on the Auto Tab, you will be
prompted to enter the above URL