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As far as I know, access points support Wi-Fi wireless communication standards through i have encountered such kind of problems like you. Maybe you can reset the Access Point from the very beginning, hope it will be done... And if you think it's necessary to know WIFI and Access Point better, there is an article for you" http://goodrouterswitch.blogspot.com/2012/08/what-is-access-point-and-how-to.html" Good luck!
I am assuming that you are trying to connect to the internet using the built in wifi instead of the 3G. To clarify, iphones don't have passwords for wifi. Wireless access points and wireless routers are the ones that have passwords. If you want to connect to the internet using an access point or router you must get the SSID of the router or access point and also the encryption and password to join said access point or router.
Once you have this information go to your iphone and select the settings icon. Then select the Wi-Fi, then turn on the wi-fi (if it is off), then under choose a network select "Other" and then type in the name (which is the SSID), tap on "Security", select the encryption that matches your access point or router (wep, wpa, wpa2, etc) tap on "Other network" (on the top left hand corner) to go back to the configuration page, and then type in the correct password.
Once you have done this your iphone will automatically connect to the access point or router whenever it is in range and connect to the 3G when it is out of range of the access point or router.
you might have to open up
your network connections click start control panel network connections this may
vary depending on your operating system look for local area connection if you
see a red x or a yellow exclamation or question mark you will need to update or
install the driver or it could be firewalled make
sure your modem/routers settings are correct ie:password user name,firewall
settings to allow your internet to connect to your phone hope this helps
access point is a code of wi fi without it u cant to wi fi. some its shows connect but its connected its not only in mobile,but shows in pc also. its just because of internal settings. if u want to check ur mobile then u should go a place where wi fi is working like college etc. and u should know the code of wi fi. then set ur settings with code. good luck.
Hi , you will need a Wifi Access Password , this should be on the bottom of your modem or provided to you.also make sure Wifi is enabled on both ur iPhone and Modem.....If problem still persists then your modem could be faulty...Try testing a wifi PC with the modem, if it works then its Settings on your iPhone. Good luck
I really do not understand your problem or question.
If you can not connect to the internet, or you do not have access to your networking thru your wifi connections, you will have to bwe more detailed for anyone to provide help.
Forget the D-Link drivers!!! I suffered with this same DWL-G630 issue for two years, trying different settings, reloading drivers, all with no solution. My card kept dropping it's connection, or wouldn't connect at all until I removed then replaced the card. Finally, I read on another forum this card uses the same chipset as an ASUS card, and to try the ASUS drivers. I downloaded and manually installed the drivers from here:
Unzip it, but DON'T run the setup.exe file, because it will try to install the ASUS program. If you open the unzipped folder you will find another folder called "Drivers". Just use your Network Settings (from your Control Panels) to manually update the driver of your DLink card, and navigate to the Drivers folder just mentioned. Reboot -- you'll probably have to reconnect to your access point/router one last time, but that's it! It's good as gold after that.
I was used to losing connections 5-8 times PER DAY (I'm 15 feet from the router!) and now I've been connected non-stop for two weeks and counting!!