it happens often in wifi nets at hotels, airports , etc. I insert into appeared browser username and password but nothing happens! absolutely. And Apple4 and Windows notebook connects without a problem.
When I search for wifi connections, I will find connections that are full signal and do not have a lock (password protected). Yet when I try to connect, I get an unable to connect error message. If it is not password protected, why can it not be accessed?
Information: G4 1.8 Ghz dual Quicksilver/iPad Mac OS X (10.5.8) 1.12 GB ram, 1.33 TB storage on 2 internal, 2 extenal firewire, iPad
it connects just fine to neighbor's wifi, which is not password protected, but our wifi will not connect. Also would not connect out of state at our two kid's homes on their password protected wifi. Actually it did connect briefly on one of theirs, but never since. I have reinstalled our Linksys and it just won't connect...frustrating to say the least!
1. My ipad just disconnects from my home Wi-fi network sometimes. It only happened twice. But, I went from my basement to first floor. What the hell? Was wi-fi issue this bad?
2. My ipad is keep asking me to type in my wi-fi password. What the hell!? This happened like 6-7 times in a day. Why? Am I doing something wrong? Or do I have a defective unit? Please be so kind to advise me on what I should do? Go see an apple Genius? I just got my ipad yesterday from apple.com.
So I'm sitting here at the car dealer getting some service done and they have a sign indicating free wifi Internet service.
Nice. So I try to log on with the iPad...15 times. I think maybe I'm typing the password in wrong or they changed it so I try on the iPhone. Works the first time. I am still unable to connect...it says incorrect password.
Is this the wifi problem wveryones been talking about or am I missing something? Any suggestions?
Information: mac Pro dual 2.66 3gb ram 4*500gb Mac OS X (10.5) MacBook Pro 2.4ghz w/7200rpm 200gb drive; iPhone, Various iPods
Can someone help me please, i cant connect my ipad to the WiFi, this happens :If you cannot tap Join, the password is too short for that Wi-Fi network. I already have 2 iphone and 2 laptops connected with no problems. Netgear DGN2000
I was given an iPad as a present in the UK and now I'm home in Brussels I can't get it to connect to my home wifi, despite it working perfectly well and the wifi being connecting to the laptop and other devices all okay. I know the password I enter is correct but it still won't let me 'join' anything.
I am from Zhejiang,China, my friend bought a IPAD from US, but he can not surf the Internet, we need we should first set the internet, but we don't know how to set it, we are both novice, so please be specific, if with presentation, that would be better 1. we can see the APPLE NETWORK in the list, but can not surf the internet, we don't know why; Should we choose "automatical setting" or "manual setting", what URL should we input? IP address?,etc.2. and if we want to use our own private wireless internet at home, how should we do, each time when we come to this steps, we don't know how to proceed: Settings > Wi-Fi > Other and enter the Wi-Fi network name, security, and password to connect. Which security we should choose? If there is no password for our own wireless network, what we should type in the blank,No
After introducing the wifi password, the Ipad doesn't seem to be able to connect to it, and the circle keeps running and I cannot re-enter the password as it keeps busy trying to connect to the wifi network, WHat can I do?
Connection worked yesterday, but today, can't connect. It gives the error invalid password, but the password hasn't changed. My iPhone doesn't have any problem, enable, disable, delete and re-setup - no problems at all, but the iPad won't work. Nothing has changed in the Linksys/Cisco Wireless Access point, Model WAP 11. Any ideas or solutions? I don't have the ability to disable security or change the password, the WAP is used by many in the office for testing phone software over wi-fi. No other devices are having the problem. (we write phone software and have 100's of devices). iPad is the only device with this problem.
Currently I use Beam Cable (Hyd India). I am able to connect to the wifi router through my Ipad.. However in the login page when I provide the user name and password the following error is popped up:
Login Failed.. If Login fails with the correct username and password, it is possible that you are not permitted to connect from your current location. Contact your service provider to determine whether you are permitted to connect from your current location..I have been chasing beam cable but no help till now ..
Here's my issue, I just bought an ipad, and I got the wifi only model because I don't really need a 3G ipad and an iphone 4. I work in a public high school that does have wifi, but no one will tell me how to get on it. They act like it some huge secret, but with all the blocks and restriction on our networks its not like I can access things that are inappropriate if I was using the wifi. Anyway, my question is this... is there anything I can buy that can turn the current wired connection into a wifi hotspot for my classroom. Is there a product that can plug into an ethernet outlet and turn the internet connection that is already there into wireless. I brought my airport express from home with me once, but it did not work.
Any advice would be nice. I love my ipad, and will love it even if I cannot get online at school, but I am not going to give up.
i got the 64gb 3g ipad from the US however when trying to enter the wifi address on the ipad into my router, it doesnt accept it. is there anyway i can find a wifi address that will work as i havent got money to purchase a 3g card yet.
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 a 10 day old iPad. I restored the iPad after experiencing problems after an interrupted download. After the restore I had no Wifi (Wifi greyed out in Settings). No fix possible, the iPad has to be replaced. As I am in Canada and there is no Apple store where I am this means Apple shipping me a box, me shipping the box to them and them shipping a new iPad to me. Information: ipad iPhone OS 3.1.3
I've had my iPad for a couple of weeks now, and I've nothing but problems maintaining a connection to my wireless router (D-Link WBR-2310) - the router works perfectly with other Wi-Fi devices (non-Apple), but with the iPad 6 inches from the router, the connection fails. It's gotten progressively worse until now it won't connect at all. I've tried a system reset, tried all of the suggestions posted here and elsewhere on the Web - it simply doesn't work. The iPad is defective, plain and simple. This HAS to be resolved. Running iOS 3.2.2 (7B500)
Information: iPad 32G iPhone OS 3.1.3 Your dropdown doesnt include latest iPad iOS versions...
I use my iPad very often and yesterday I was using it to connect it to the network I have to do exactly as I do on the iPod, connect it to the network and later on a screen appears asking me a username and a password which is obviously have.When I try to connect my iPad to the network it simply does not connect,it stays in the screen and does nothing.
So here's my problem, one of my own making. I went into work for the first time tonight since buying my iPad. When I went to connect to teh wireless network it prompted me to enter my network username and password. I tried this but it didn't allow me to join. I figured I just got my password wrong so changed it to a new password in active directory and tried to join again on my iPad.
It's still not working so I can only assume that I mistyped my username when trying to join for the first time. My problem is that when I try to join the network now, it no longer prompts me for my username. What I want to do is re-enter my network username and password as if it was the first time I went to connect again. I've reset my network settings but this didn't work.
My university uses a Cisco's system that works like this: you try to connect to the wifi's network and a window opens asking for an user name and password (that's each student has). I have always been able to connect from my laptop, iPhone, and other devices, but when I try from my iPad the screens frozen and keeps that a way, and if it does nit frozen, nothing happens at all. Anyone with a similar problem or solution?
i have some problems with my ipad wifi, with the wifi on settings it shows: NO WI-FI, i tried to update from 3.2 to 3.2.1 now i updated to 3.2.2. nothing happend with the ipad wifi, i reset network, erase all content and settings, reset all settings...reset with home and powner buton, restore from back-up, charged to 100%.. still NO WI-FI.here is the link to the screenshot i take.. http://yfrog.com/muimg0002op
I was sitting in the Atlanta airport today and enabled the wifi on my iPad. It recognized something called free public wifi. Touched the screen to enable that, got a check mark and the wifi icon, top left of screen, came on showing the full three bars. However, when I tried to access a web site I got a pop up indicating it could not connect. Regardless of the site, NY Times, Apple, MSNBC, the connection could not be made. My question is why would the wifi icon come on and the iPad not be able to to make an internet connection?
I recently connected my iPad to a wifi network with weak signal strength. Now my emails get stuck in my outbox instead of being sent. I can turn off wifi and use 3g, but then I have to remember to turn it back on when I leave. How do I stop the iPad from auto-connecting to the faulty wifi?