Question about Apple iPad 32 GB 3G Tablet PC
I changed from Fios to Xfinity today at home, I can connect my Mac, MacbookPro, and Iphones to WiFi. My Ipad will not connect. It worked with the Fios WiFi that morning, It works at Starbucks and at work. I have tried to reset Ipad, reset router, disconnect reconnect, renew lease on Ipad nothing works to get Ipad connected. It must be something about the new gateway router that is not letting Ipad connect. What di I do? Is there a setting I am not aware of?
Posted by Anonymous on
I'm sure you've done this but try turning off wifi on iPad and then turning back on. Does your wifi name show?
Posted on Jun 17, 2017
According to Apple, the iPad might not automatically rejoin known WiFi networks using third-party routers that are dual-band capable (802.11 b/g and 802.11 n) when each band’s network uses the same name or use different security settings.
Apple’s recommendation? Try creating separate network names for each separate band’s network (ie: add a G to the end of the name of the 802.11 b/g band) and making sure both bands’ networks use the same security settings.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
SOURCE: I had bought an ipad
there were some random wifi issues with ipads early on but the most recent updates through itunes have corrected those. So best thing would be to connect to your computer and make sure its updated. if that doesn't work, may be a range issue, they dont have the longest reception.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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