I connected my broadband cable to DLink wireless router and then want to access internet from iPad. iPad is able to detect the Wifi in the router but not able to connect to the internet. I used the same setup with my laptop with vista and when i try to open a website with IE browser, it used to open a broadband connection window itself and ask for the username and password, and after entering it I am able to access the internet from my laptop through Wifi.But when i try to open a website with Safari in iPad, it doesn't ask for any username and password of my broadband connection and a popup comes saying "Server is not responding".I am new to Safari and very little networking knowledge.
I am using my iPad 2 64 gb with verizon 3g. For some reason it will no longer commnicate using 3G. It has 4-5 bars and shows 3G at the top, but all aps either time out, or I get the message from Safari that it coul dnot connect because the server is not responding. I have tried resetting the system already
having no issues with setting things up but now all of the sudden my phone and iPad don't want to log in to yahoo email. Both state server is down but if I log in thru safari works fine. Also. I get some errors stating some requests for a secondary password on the iPad ?
For the past few days my iPAD has struggled to connect to the internet. it comes up with the follwing message- Safari could not open the page because the server stopped responding. all my laptops work fine via wi fi so i know the internet is working fine and the provider has confirmed that to me. I have deleted the wifi from my ipad and re-connected inserted password and stll the same message.
Trying to connect to a site for my work. I am able to login fine from a desktop or laptop computer. Able to Login using an HTC phone as well. However - when I try to use my Iphone or Ipad to login to the site - I am getting the following error: "The server is not responding! Please contact your system administrator!". The server is running fine. The site is an https site - but still.
I have a Three USB modem in the UK (mobile broadband zte mf112) which gives a good internet connection to my MacBook Air when I'm out and about. I thought it would be a simple matter to share this from my MBA to my Ipad (using internet sharing), but I just cannot make it work.
I can get the Ipad to connect to a wireless network set up by the MBA, but it doesn't connect to the internet saying the server isn't responding , or the Ipad isn't connected to the internet. If anyone has got this to work, i'd be grateful for some help..
Information: Imac, Ipad, Iphone 4 Mac OS X (10.5.8)
Last two days my iPad has been Suh-LOOOOO to connect, if at all. Both at home and at work. This morning I tried to connect to about 6 sites and never made it. I'm talking Google, MSN, YouTube, my firm's portal. Really frustrating! I get "Safari can't open because server has stopped responding." Who's server? I have 3G 16G but am only using Wi-Fi at the moment. At home I ended up standing right next to the router and things still wouldn't connect even though my WiFi icon showed max bars. Also, when I finally do get into a site, like Amazon, and move from one page to another, it's very slow; seems to take forever for pages even to re-load. I even made sure I only had 2 pages open in the browser thinking maybe my memory was struggling. I also turned off the location finder. What am I missing? I wanted to use the iPad for a lot of things but this halt in functionality is putting a serious crimp in my plans!
iPad 2 has been getting mail fine until a day or 2 ago. I am now getting the Cannot get Mail The mail server "imap.gmail.com" is not responding. Verify that you have entered the correct account info into Mail settings. Nothing has not changed from when it was working. I finally deleted the gmail account and the exchange account and re-entered the correct data and it still will not work with same message. An email on the Gmail account came in on the exchange inbox but will not show on the gmail inbox to which it was sent with the same error message. My other email account at yousq.net seems to be working OK and uses the gmail server also.
Info: iMac (24-inch), Mac OS X (10.6.8), iPad 2, iBook
I am very unhappy with the iPad, specifically the performance (or lack there of) of Safari. Most pages that are not pure html load slowly or not at all. Usually they require that I stop the load and click the reload to get them to show. Pages that require a login like Facebook won't come up at all. I've confirmed my login on Facebook by logging out and back in on my Mac but with the iPad... nothing but a hang and eventually a note that the 'server stopped responding' (don't think so because I can log in on my Imac).
I cannot down load free apps from the app store and in fact can't get my account info to come up. Again, of the iMac, no problems. I guess the App Store serve could be very busy because of the demand for apps being downloaded for all the new iPads but that does not explain my web access issues.
On Ipad2 Safari is not connecting to server.Â Tried to reboot ipad and it still does not go.Â The actual message is Safari could not open page because the server stopped responding. Other than doing a total reset and losing everything, what can be done?Â
I have the iPad 3and am getting a lot of loss of Internet and not being able to access email message saying server not responding.went into my o2shop and advised to turn of wireless router and start afresh with details and password which I di. Seemed ok for a few hours then stops and starts again. It seem to be forever rebooting ......
I'm new to the iPad. 2 problems I'm consistently encountering, and, it may have to do with being overseas? I am in a WiFi access area but get these 2 messages quite a bit, unlike at home. . "Safari could not open the page because the server stopped responding" (this seems to happen whenever
I try to open a link or attachment) 2. "No subject" in my inbox list. (Is there really a Message? Why bother to send an 'empty' email?)
We have an iPad 2 of which is working very well. When I am away in either Spain or Barbados or at my home in Epping I get no problem with Safari responding, but when I am at work I connect into my works WiFi system where I can pick up my company e-mails. The issue that I have is Safari sometimes does not respond and gives the message "Safari could not open the required site as the server is not responding" WiFi signal is no issue. What I have to do is turn off the iPad the re-turn on again and it works. It is an operating system problem or could it just be the area I am in.
Internet access recently "blocked" using Safari on my Apple iPAD Mini. Screen message says Safari cannot load the page because the server not connected.
iOS 6.0.2 ? .Â The process starts to load but after a period of about 1 to 2mins. the above screen msg appears. Could this be to do with the Settings on my iPAD Mini ? Before this problem occurred it worked to my satisfaction. My iPAD is just over 1year old.
I tried to update my iPad to iOS 4.2.1, but after I downloaded the update, it said it was verifying the update with Apple, and continued to do this for several minutes, then it said Apple's servers could not be reached. It then put my iPad into recovery mode, and told me I had to restore it, which I've tried to do multiple times, but all with the same result. Is there anything I can do?
My ipad 2 suddenly started saying 'cannot connect to server' after not being used for a few hours, although in settings it is connected. iPad works fine other than wi fi. My iphone and laptop can both get internet.
I have tried
-turning ipad off and on again -unplugging wi fi and re starting -using 'forget this network' and rejoining
I don't think I'm having problems with the Wi-Fi but instead this is a Safari problem. When I'm at the university, they have this login screen to input your username and password, nothing new, I do it everyday either on the Macbook or in the iPhone.
When it comes in in the iPad I put all the data and usually pressing enter or the continue button will make it go, but instead Safari -or the auto login window that comes in before using the browser or any application- just stays there without responding to my fingers.
Have anyone experience something similar? I don't think it's a WiFi issue because it works perfectly with my home's router and even my iPhone MiWi tethering.