iPad 64GB WiFi problems (cannot connect)
First of all, cool forum you guys started! :)
I've just gotten myself an iPad 64GB Wifi. I can connect to my wifi connection at home and at work but I still get this message:
"Cannot Open Page: Safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the Internet"
My iPhone 3G and computer can connect to these networks just fine. I've tried all the fixes that Apple suggests including changing to a B or G network only, changing the encryption, changing the SSID, updating to the latest router firmware, resetting the network settings on the iPad.
Anyone have any idea how to fix this?
I've imported my iPad and live in Europe so I can't just go to a store and get it replaced.
iPad will not get an IP-address
Yes, WiFi is turned on. It connects to my network and I get a full signal, but I can't Safari doesn't let me browse anything. The youtube or itunes app doesn't connect either. I've tried with several different networks, I even bought a new router just to see if that made any difference, but it didn't.
I've also tried to reset my ipad's network settings and resetting my routers (I've tried both Netgear and D-link routers). This doesn't help :(
I keep getting this message when I try to browse the Internet using Safari:
"Cannot Open Page: Safari cannot open the page because it is not connectd to the Internet".
It seems like the iPad doesn't get an IP-address from DHCP. I get 169.254.47.236 and a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0 which turns out to be what routers give you when DHCP cannot give you a proper IP-address. The subnet mask for my network is 255.255.255.0 which it would be for most home users, so there's deffinitely something fishy going on with the iPad not being able to receive an IP-address.
...before you ask: Yes, I did try with a static IP address.
This totally sucks :(