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I use my iPod to connect to the wireless netwrok at work. There is a rotating key which changes periodically. I can't find a way of changing a key for an existing connection. Is there a way to do this, short of recreating the connection?

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The SSID is not transmitted, so recreating the connection means retyping the whole thing. – Eugene Katz Jul 20 '09 at 13:00
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No, sadly, there isn't. You'll have to go into the wireless network under Settings -> WiFi and tell it to "Forget this network" and then set up the whole network all over again.

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