I have an enterprise WPA2 PEAP MSCHAPv2 wireless network. It allows access via 802.1x authentication using Radius (MS IAS Server) with certificates. I can join the network, enter credentials (that I can see work) and get the certificate. The problem is that I don't get an IP address. I get a 169. APIPA address. I tried to use a static IP address and that doesn't work either. I have connected various laptops, iPhones even a Dell Streak to this wireless network without issue. My iPad won't get an IP at all. There are plenty of addresses in the pool.The setup is a 3COM WX3008 wireless LAN controller and 9552 access points.Any ideas? I went through the articles on wireless settings and none of them help at all. I guess my next step is to wipe the iPad.Like I said... EVERYTHING else works, every other device we try is surfing just not the iPad.
Wifi works fine if there is no security turned on.it gets a DHCP address and I can happily surf the web.Turn on Security, the iPad talks to the Router and the Router show that it's MAC address is connected, but I can't get a DHCP address and if I do a Static it still doesn't connect.Now I am using an older Router a Linksys BEFW11S4 which only supports B but it works fine with my iBook G4 with Airport Extreme card.I have tried the Reset (Holding the Home and Power buttons for ten seconds until the Apple Icon shows up) and I still get a 169.254.x.x APIPA address.
OK, I've got the dreaded 'one or more of the addresses was rejected by the server.' I've done everything in the support article, and have even deleted my email account on my iPad and re entered it.All was working fine when I got my iPad on the 28th, but yesterday all suddenly stops working... Has anyone any further suggestions?
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My problem is my email is setup correctly and working. However, Amazon.com requires one to enter the email address. After I enter after the @, my ipad breaks my ISP windstream into two words, wind and stream. Amazon will not accept my address. Can anyone tell me why the ipad uses wind stream in lieu of windstream?
I just bought the iPad for work and have trying to set my work email all day. Everything is correct from the information that I entered and getting pretty frustrated. "cannot send email" is all that I get. I can receive,but cant send.
I have both iPhone and iPad that will not send emails when I am connected via wifi. Have tried three wifi networks. I get a message that says the sender address (my address) was rejected by the server.
I set up my email, and can receive, and read it on my ipad, but when I try to reply, I get the message "Cannot send mail, the recipient (address) was rejected by the server".When I try to reply using Webmail, I can't get the keyboard to show. Using Webmail (Earthlink) if I type in an address, it will go thru....
Although support for Mac OS X Server's cardDAV accounts has recently been added to iPhone 4.01 it is still NOT supported on the iPad. When wil this be available or am I mistaken or missing an update? unbeboodyleivable that the Apple iPad supports Exchange 2007 better than OS X Server 2010!
I know that all the settings are correct as this email address works flawlessly on my Windows desktop and, as I say, the pad does receive mail. The message that I get is that the recipients address is rejected by the server. I have spent a long time on the phone to 1and1 with which company all our domains are registered and they cannot resolve the issue so short of ditching this iPad for something else.
Can't send email puts in outbox with message server does not recognise senders address and it is correct how can it be resolved? It happened recently using wifi on hols in USA but ok when I got home, but rejecting again, mail does inc photos.
i have tried this and it does work,go into you wireless router's settings, check your manual for instructions on how to do this.look for the setting that is called "ip address reserve" or something similar. add the MAC address for your ipad to the list and assign a ip address, for example mine is "192.168.1.11". what this will do is assign the ipad the same address every time it connects, this will prevent the DHCP bug from happening. I have yet to experience this issue after doing this.
My iPad's WiFi connection has just stopped working since a couple of days ago. It can connect to WiFi access point. However, it fails to correctly obtain its IP address and other related information such as mask, DNS, and others. So, it shows full bars on the top of screen, but cannot connect to Internet at all. I had used the Internet connection and hasn't changed any network related option at all. It just stopped working. I've even tried to connect to several different wireless access points, but its symptom is same. So, I do not think that it's a specific wireless router problem.I've reset its network setting; furthermore, I've done with "Restore". Even in the original factory setting, it shows me the same symptom. Is it a hardware problem?
Information: iPad WiFi 16GB Other OS iOS version 3.2.2
Our church school has a small wireless network. I try to support it. For some reason, lately it has stopped giving IP addresses to some machines. Wireless, anyhow. Wired still seems to work OK. Most of the teachers have Windows machines and I install a program called NetSetMan which lets them easily switch from DHCP to a static address I have allocated to them. More a workaround than a solution, but it gets them onto the internet. But now some of them are showing up with iPads. I can go to the settings to give them a static IP, but that means it won't work when they go home (most likely). They kind of glaze over when I try to show them the changes to make. Is there an app which would do for them what NetSetMan does for the Windows machines?
iPad/Touch connectivity was great until Charter upgraded our router to an SMCd3gn yesterday. We like what the router does for all our other Macs but the mobiles are not happy. I've read about the glories of giving them a static IP but I can't figure out how to do it when our network is DHCP. Do I use the IP address currently assigned on the DHCP screen? The other thing is that we have to use OpenDNS numbers on all the computers or the router is extremely slow, unlike the old one so it's definitely the router. Does this complicate things? If I can make the iPad static could someone tell me what goes where? Surprisingly, this is not yet on the web.
Several universities have reported this. there's a bug in the DHCP client, causing it to keep using an old IP address if it expires while the tablet is asleep.Princeton University's explanation of the problemPrinceton's IT department automatically looks for this IP mistake, and after it happens several times, locks out the device.
Symptom: signal not weak, but iPad periodically becomes "not connected"
Workaround: go to settings, find the network, and connect to it.
Note: password is not being forgotten in this case.I think my iPad is having problems when it's DHCP lease expires. It does not appear to be renewing its lease gracefully. Instead it winds up disconnected. The DHCP lease expiration is a theory, but it seems to fit. I noticed that disconnections happen about once per day, which corresponds to the 24 hour client lease time as set on my router. Checking the router's lease table, I also saw that several devices were renewing at about the same time, which perhaps also contributes to the problem. Potentially, there could be a brief conflict when this happens When there is an IP conflict, most other devices will just request a new lease. But I figured I could prevent this by manually renewing the iPads lease so that it would have a new renew cycle.
First goto network settings click on your currently connected wifi network. Take the values listed in the DHCP section (ip address, subnet mask, router, dns) and insert them into the static section number by number. Turn wifi off reset ipad and test if problems with slow connection are gone. I cant guarantee it will work but it certainky is working for me. It wouldnt hurt to try. Please leave feedback on whether it works or not.
I always receive this error when I try to use air Video Url resolver from outside my Home network.As far as I understand its meaning, it means that the server is turned off or have some problem.The same Application works fine when I use it in my home network. Do you have any idea, what is going on? What should I do to resolve this issue?
My household network only allows known (registered) MAC addresses to transceive through the wireless router. How do I obtain the MAC address for my new iPad so that I can enter it into the router's table of allowed devices? Why wasn't the MAC address displayed prominently in the documentation?
Hey guys i updated my new ipad from 3.2 to 3.2.1 and it worked perfectly. After that i jailbreak it using jailbreakme on my ipad safari browser and it worked too. After jailbreaking it had cydia installed in it. It was working fine until i tried to sync it with my itunes. I downloaded the app and was trying to sync it with my ipad. But could not do it as it was showing error shown in the image below.
Is it just me? The iPad Maps app won't let me scroll, search or zoom. I get an error that says I cannot connect to the server, or I get a "server error". I can go to Google Maps via Safari and it works just fine. Is this a 3G only application? All other connectivity works. It's also weird that so many areas have no detail on the iPad's Safari look at Google Maps, when the same locations have full terrain and close-up views on my computer.
I get the message "Cannot Verify Server Identity. Wi-Fi can't verify the identity of '126.96.36.199'. Would you like to continue anyway?" It then gives me the choices "Cancel," "Details," and "Continue." But when I press any one of these nothing happens. I can't get rid of the screen. The slider doesn't work and using the iPad power off button doesn't resolve the issue.
The problem first arose after I went through the X-ray machine at an airport. At the time, I did not have the Airplane wireless off function activated, if that makes a difference. I am now at my destination (I am overseas) but the problem persists so it is not location-specific.
Tried to set up two of my Cox.net email accounts on the iPad and after several minutes of the spinning cog, it was unable to connect to the server in each case. I used the proper username, email address and POP server (pop.central.cox.net) and used the same SMTP server as my iPhone (cwmx.com). Unable to get email set up.Anyone else have this or similar problems?
Information: MB Pro, Powerbook G4, iMac3, etc. Mac OS X (10.4.11)
When I click "check for updates" from iTunes 188.8.131.52 for my iPad, I get a message telling me that the iPad update server could not be contacted. I have a good internet connection and have also tried from two PCs. I would like to upgrade to iOS4 but can't think of a way around this problem - any suggestions?