Wi-Fi functionality w/ multiple
Hello! Working with my first ipad and have been trying to get up to speed on the platform (& iTunes) in general over the last few months for eventual support of anticipated dozens of devices. Glad the forum exists!
If we can get some wrinkles ironed out, we will move to this device as a sales presentation tool.
Biggest concern at this point is getting the ipad to work consistently on our Cisco Wireless Access Points network at each of our corporate offices. To summarize, we have dozens of access points that cover each of our offices, with various VLAN's configured for wireless voice and data. Visitors can access an available guest wi-fi network, with no access to the corporate LAN. For corporate devices, we have a more-secure wi-fi network with access to the corporate LAN. This is what I want to use for the ipad.
I've entered the SSID and WEP key of our wireless network onto the ipad, which it accepted, assigned an IP, and access seems as expected. Seems pretty good, until I depart and then attempt to re-attach to the same network at a later time. Following that, the iPAD seems to want to use my non-secure customer network. When I inspect the Wi-Fi networks, I notice the checkmark bounces back and forth between my secure network, which did work, and the customer network, which I've never told it to use.
Our network engineers aren't seeing this as a network issue, natch. Any thoughts or tips on what the ipad is actually trying to do here?