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My iphone shows full wifi signal however, when I try to use safari or access the web I receive error messages saying I'm not conncected. Can anyone help?

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Hello,
It is not clear to me if you are at home or in a public location. Please keep in mind that in certain public location there is free WiFi access, so you are connected to the router and you see full signal but you are not yet authenticated to reach internet.

Usually by opening safari you should see a login page but sometime safari refuse the connection. It happen to me too quite often at McDonald. The only possible solutions I know is to try to delete all the cookies and if it still doesn't work the second option is asking somebody else the URL for the login (I know it is ridiculous)

Please let me know if you need additional help or if the above is not your case.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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