Suppenly I am unable to get to the internet. My iPad shows I have a Wi-Fi connection but wont connect me th the internet. Any suggestions on what the problem is? 1- Should I reset my Wi-Fi or iPad? If so, how is that done? 2- Can Wi-Fi and Cellular conflict? Can they both be on at the same time?
I have been trying to connect to the internet via wifi at work to no avail. My Iphone on wifi works fine there. I entered the identical info from my wifi settings in the iphone to my wifi settings in the Ipad.. I show a strong signal but when the page starts to load I get ""Problem Communicating with web proxy server http." Can anyone offer me any help?
iPad 64 3G/Wifi Looses secure wifi network credentials periodically. I retype in the 26 character key and I get back on. This is very unnerving and sometimes leaves my family stranded without a connection. Is this going to be a permanent flaw of the iPad?
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.
I have a jailbroken iPad wifi (non 3G) and I've recently bought the camera connection kit which has a USB port (which supposedly detects/connects to even non-camera devices like USB keyboards, USB flash drives, etc).
I was wondering if it would be possible to attach a 3G USB modem/data card and make the Internet work without wifi? The 3G data card otherwise requires a bare-minimum wvdial from a normal Linux terminal.
1. Can I get/install the wvdial .deb package on my jail broken iPad?
2. If I can get the package, will this work (wvdial detecting and using the USB modem and connecting through it?), or is it too far out?
My wife's iPad 2 just stopped being able to surf the internet or use apps which require an internet connection. It connects to our home wifi network just fine and shows strong signal strength, but when she goes to use something requiring a connection to the internet, it tells her that she has no connection to the internet.
I have a mobile broadband connection (Verizon) on my notebook. I am running Windows 7 Premium (32bit). I would like to connect to the internet using the broadband card and then use the wifi connection in the notebook to create a hotspot so I can connect with my iPad and share the broadband connection.
I have set up the adhoc connection and I can get the iPad to see the connection. (having some problems with the password) but on the Windows side, it just says waiting for connection.I know this can be done. It must be some security setting some place.Any ideas greatly appreciated
Apple ipad has the feature in it to get connected to the internet through the network provider of 3G, I know that but do not know how get it connected and work on it using internet, provide me the information for the same?
Is it possible to connect the iphone to ipad via bluetooth for wireless internet connectivity, or will I need to use the other routes such as pdanet or mywi? I was hoping that there was an easy way, but I cannot get the two devices to see each other when bluetooth is turned on.
Really enjoying the new iPad. I've been successful tethering it to my iPhone 3G and using the internet with 3G speed. Although 3G speed is decent for many applications, I'd rather use a LAN network when available.I'd like to form an Adhoc wireless network where I work (no wireless available) and use the internet from a network cable plugged into my Windows laptop. Do you think I stand a chance? Anyone try this yet?
I am going to South Korea. The hotel says they have a wired connection for internet service.I'd like to leave my laptop at home and use my wi-fi for email etc.is there a gadjet or something will will allow me to access the internet in my room?
I have a wifi only version of the ipad and have been having very reliable wifi service ever since i got this second one (first one was returned). Only issue I have had is an occasional blinking wifi indicator that would blink off then back on every couple of minutes or so but then didnt last to long but now comes along this update which I do yesterday and today now the ipad says "connecting" but dont connect to the internet. The wifi icon is completly gone now and when I go to setting-network to look for my router-network its no where to be found actually it finds no networks in range in which it used to find a few from around my neighborhood. In the settings menu wifi is turned "on" and "ask to join networks" is also on. Now before you get discouraged about updating if u havent done so I was able to get my wifi back by pressing and holding the small power button on the side powering it off and then restarting it and bam there it was wifi icon at full bars again and getting 12.2 mbps down and 2.90 up! Point is I never had to do that before and just did that restart as I am typing this thread so I hope that I don't have to do this repeatedly. If anyone else has had this problem please let me know, I allways advocate doing any and all updates provided by a manufacture but the update is supposed to alleviate problems not create them.
Just bought a iPad during my lunch break and it is not finding the wifi at work. My iMac finds it right away but the iPad finds nothing. I bought the 3G model but I really don't want to use my 3G service at work when we have a 50mbit fiber internet connection that I should be able to make use of via wifi.Should I be concerned that maybe the wifi isn't working on this unit? A co worker has a Droid X and he has no problem getting wifi.
I combed through the forum to see if anyone else has reported this issue. WOW, I was surprised at the wide range of general Wifi problems. Although many, many wifi issues are listed, I did not find a post already listing one.
My Wifi seems to work great on first glance, but when using the iPad for more than 5 minutes the issue becomes noticeable. This occurs while doing pretty much anything. I notice it the most when web surfing and reading books in iBooks. The wifi signal indicator in the status bar drops off to nothing, usually just for 10 seconds or so, then it reconnects. Sometimes it takes longer and at which time a little blue dialog box appears that says "Connecting..." Then it connects and life goes on. Rince and repeat 5-10 minutes later.
Now, I have a feeling it might be something with my Airport Base Station Extreme (ABSE) and here is why: My wife also has an iPad, and the same thing happens to her. It's not an extremely old ABSE, as it is "Extreme" running 7.4.2. I have tried several different settings on the ABSE including reverting to default settings and simply setting it up again with the most basic settings.
So, I am unsure if this problem is caused by the iPad or the ABSE, but either way, it is annoying. Was just wondering if others had experienced this and how they may have solved it. Judging by the wide range of serious wifi issues listed on this forum, it seems to be that Apple has some serious work to do on Wifi in general and maybe all these issues will be resolved in an update.
Information: Mac Pro (2009), iPad Wifi Mac OS X (10.6)
I have a problem with 3g and wifi connection to The Internet.It does not connect to the internet if you torn off screen. But not always.And you need to turn on airplane mode or restart it to use internet. In connected to the internet but not working*Ipad 2 64GB wifi 3G ios 5.1 There is no the same problems with ios 4 on ipad 2. My friend have this problem too.
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.3), MacBook Pro 6.2
I'm looking for getting in the App Store?Â My connection to the Internet is working properly I'm using it right now.Â It the fist time that I open this tablet and I just registered my Appel id, I've look in my setting to see if something could be on disable but nothing, I'm completely lost.
Why can my ipad not get an internet connection in a public wifi area , even though the wifi signal is strong and other users are on- line ok. I get the message"connection to the server imap.aol.com failed"
I have local Wi-Fi network with 2 Macs, 2 PC's, iPhone, iPod and iPad at home on Linksys router. Each one of these devices have static IP address assigned. On iPad, when I launch app that requires Internet connection, it takes about half a minute, maybe more, to start syncing, opening webpage etc. Whet it finally connects everything goes fine. Another apps connect immediately. But after some time (i.e. 5 mins) of inactivity problems comes back and I have to wait another 30 seconds for loading page, sync etc.
I connect my iPad (WiFI model) to hotspots in Starbucks, hotels, Boingo - no problem. On a recent rip thru airports and NY train stations, I cannot access to the Internet via "free WiFi hotspots". The iPad shows a strong WiFi connection but a message comes up "Cannot access the Internet".
I have an iPhone 4 and and iPad2. Both indicate they are connected to my home network. I can connect to the Internet on my iPhone; I cannot connect on the iPad. The only difference I see in the settings is that the Router address is blank under DHCP on the iPad. How can I resolve?
I have an iPhone 4S sharing the 3G internet connection with de iOS Hotspot option. My iPad WIFI is connected to that shared connection and the icon of a little chain appears on my iPad.The questions is if the iPad will recognize that connection like a Cellular connection o WIFI special, in order not to do things like download/upload Photo Stream photos, iCloud Backup, Apps downloading things that only are configured to be downloaded from WIFI (like Instacast)? Is 3G shared internet considered as WIFI connection by the iPad?
I have a tv & internet package and every now and again the broadband connection switches off and resets. A couple of days ago this happened and after resetting, my iPad 2 could not get internet access despite the fact that my laptop is picking up a strong wifi signal through the router and is working fine. Incidentally, I took the iPad to work today and it picked up a wifi signal and hooked up to the internet immediately.