Unable To Connect To The Internet - Safari Wont Open Sites
Nov 28, 2010
With the new OS I can't connect to my schools network. To connect I have to open safari and log into the network but now the page to log in won't pop up because the ipad is "not connected to the internet".
I'm not able to connect to the internet with the iPad I bought today. I can connect to my wireless network at home, but when I try to browse safari gives an error "Safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the internet". I've not inserted my 3G sim card yet, becasue I don't want to activate it until I'm sure my iPad works.I've tried:Verifying that other devices can access the internet via my wireless network: they can.Resetting the network connections on the iPad
Renewing the lease for the wireless connection on the iPadTurning the iPad off and on again.
I have had my iPad for a while now and it has worked fine using my 3G to access websites. Recently I have found that when I try to access the internet using the 3G that it will not connect to the internet. The iPad shows that I have full signal and my carrier name, but will not allow me to access anything regarding the web.
Has anyone else had this issue? I figured I would try to restore the iPad to original and use the same SIM card... no use.
I bought my iPad yesterday. I have a wireless router (Netgear WGR614v7) which works fine with PCs connected via wire and wireless running Vista and/or Ubuntu. When I select Safari on my iPad I get no connection. Much to my surprise I get connected to Gmail. I have already tried all the solutions I can find on the internet (using my PC for internet access). Information :iPad.
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?)
Purchased my Wifi iPad on the first day of release, have had no problems what so ever, wifi was always strong, never lost a signal.Then this evening I picked it up and the wifi icon was missing, safari and any app that uses wifi is not able to connect to the internet. However in the wifi settings it shows me as connected to my network, full power, and am able to log in and out of it. Have tried reboots and restores to no avail.
I've just gotten myself an iPad 64GB Wifi. I can connect to my wifi connection at home and at work but I still get this message: "Cannot Open Page: Safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the Internet".My iPhone 3G and computer can connect to these networks just fine. I've tried all the fixes that Apple suggests including changing to a B or G network only, changing the encryption, changing the SSID, updating to the latest router firmware, resetting the network settings on the iPad.
I've†been having alot of trouble lately with my ipad and receiving the following error message from Safari "Safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the internet." The is quite bothersome and would like to know how to resolve this problem. It only started during the lst coulple of dayfs. Prior to this, my ipad was functiontioning beautifully and i didn't experience any problems. †
When I tap on the Internet icon, I am presented with a page that I was looking at on my desktop computer, but when I type in a new address, I am presented with a message saying "Cannot Open Page. Safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the Internet."
I do save a lot of Internet Shortcut Files (URL file) on my Windows PC for future reference. These are organized in Folders by subject together with other files (DOC, XLS, PDF, etc.) All my data is store in the Cloud, used to be Dropbox, now OneDrive.
On the iPad, both Dropbox and OneDrive do reconized those as URL files and display file information but DO NOT OPEN SAFARI.
Is there a way to open these files in Safari? Is there an App that does that?
BTW both Dropbox and Onedrive support "Open in Another App" but Safari does not show in the list. Is there an App that would do just that an show in Open in Another App?
Anyone figured this out yet? Im so over unplugging my modem and router then plugging back n. Its happens to my ipad 1 and ipad 2 both wifi only models....its happening right now to my ipad 1 but not my ipad 2!! I've restarted the ipad 1, cut off, erased browsing history and catche, cut wifi off/on, airplane mode off/on...
The ipad is connected to the internet in all other ways, but Safari states ' cannot open the page "...URL....l" because your Ipad is not connected to the internet'.Speed test shows good figures for WiFi. Connection to other sites such as newspapers is instant via the site's icon.
I am using iPad 3 and currently living in an area where there is a strong wi fi signal which is open also which means it doesn't need any password.My ipad shows connected to internet but when i try to access internet through safari browser it displays "Not connected to internet" .I checked every setting but everything was correct.I wonder what is creating problem?
I'm not able to get onto the internet via safari. I haven't downloaded firefox to remedy because I cant get on the Internet. I can access my email (showing new email). When I log onto safari, the screen is greyed out and I can't access any icons.
Able to see/authenticate and connect to network at work which is using WPA-PSK. iPad shows connected/steady connection and has been assigned IP address. However, unable to connect to Internet, acts like not actually connected to internet. Tried my iPhone and it exhibits the same issue. Saw a few like issues posted here, but indicated fixes did not work, i.e., reboot router and iPad.
Why dose my Wi-Fi connection drop off at times even though I do not move the iPad or my iMac, when the connection drops I then go to my iMac and put the iPad close to the iMac and it takes about a minute for the signal to come to full strength, also the iPad seems to have problems connecting with the internet even thought there is plenty of band with.
I have a 4G iPad. Shouldn't I be able to connect to internet anywhere? I am unable to do so unless I have the AT&T Cellular Data switched on. I also have a Kindle device, which connects to wireless wherever I am.
Often when I am in a hotel or airport, my iPad will connect to the public wifi but will be unable to connect to the Internet. Is this a typical problem with public wifi networks or could their be something wrong with my iPad? I never have this problem on my home wifi.
I have been having problems regarding the wifi connecting with my ipad. it connects to the network but doesnt open any website. i was having the same problem with my windows vista sony laptop but that was sorted after realizing that it was a ip conflict, but however i cannot do the same for my ipad and iphone aswell.