It connects via WEP, which is better than nothing I guess. I was just trying to use the strongest security I can. I'd still like to use WPA if I can figure it out.
I had a similar problem using the Linksys wrt54gl router (although I've changed the firmware on my router to tomato (see http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato
)) where it would work fine with WEP but apparently not with WPA.
The solution, for me, was to realise that the lowercase letters in my WPA `password` really needed to be lowercase. When entering the password on the SoundBridge I was scrolling down from the digits to the letters immediately below which were capitals. I needed to scroll down again to find the lowercase set. Once I entered the WPA password with numbers and lowercase letters it worked correctly.
Just a thought.