I used to be able to connect to the internet via wi fi on my ipaq 3715. now when I try to connect I get "cannot connect with current connection settings. To change your connection settings, tap settings". The next screen askes me to add a new modem connection or set up my proxy server". I don't have a clue how to do either. Also, the wi fi sometimes turns green but most of the time after it turns green, it goes to amber. I have gone in to play with the settings but I think I made things worse. What can I do at this point? Thank for anything you can do to help...
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Are you sure you got the key correct? You sHure have problem getting your spelling coRect. If you are sure, check if you got the encryption protocol (WEP, WPA, WPA2) and sub-protocol settings correct, and check your SSID, key number (1-4), etc.
First, you have to be sure your ipaq has wi-fi feature is on and you can check on network connectivity option for any wrong setup there. According to your information, your ipaq is not recognized by your router and I agreed that your router is working normally. Try to reboot your ipaq and be sure to get wi-fi to turn on and try to connect it again. I have my Dell Axim also used Windows Mobile like Ipaq and it connected easily with no issue. The message in your to show me that you need first to identify your ipaq before you you can get it to connect to your network. I hope this help.
It could be that your connection is ok but the cached files and cookies are corrupt.
Clean out the cookies and temp internet files in the temp folder or whatever your pda uses to clean itself of old files.
Have you been able to connect through your router at home? I'd get that set up and running first. Then doing it on the road will merely be variations on a familiar theme. If you've tried at home but it hasn't worked, let us know something about your home network (what kind of router? using security/encryption?), and about what you've already tried so we can try to help.
There are many things to look at when setting up WI-FI to work with your iPAQ. Here is a good link that walks you through the WI-FI setup, with helpful screenshots. Its a good place to start, hope it helps!