Unable to access network iPad

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iPad is saying “unable to access network”? What is the problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #118262

Unable to access network iPad

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It is possible that when you restart your iPad from sleep mode, It might be possible that it will not reconnect to the same WI-Fi network automatically. Some third-party Dual band WiFi routers may cause this error.

Because you are using different security settings for each network or using the same network name for each network. Try the following to resolve it:

  • Create different WiFi network names to identify each band.
  • You can do this by adding just one or more characters to the current network name.
  • Every single network must use the same security (WEP, WPA, WPA2 etc.) type.

If this doesn't fix the error, then reset your network settings by doing the follow steps:

  • Go to Settings and Select General
  • Select Reset and Reset Network Settings.

Make sure that the WiFi router firmware is up to date.

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Unable to access network iPad

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If you see a message displayed in your iPad saying that it is unable to connect to the network, this means that the device’s internet connection has been interrupted or was cut and can no longer establish a connection.

Since iPad mainly relies on Wi-Fi for its internet connection, you should check if your present location is still covered or is still in range with a Wi-Fi signal or a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Check the network configuration of the device by going to its settings. Make sure that the device is still using the default access point and or IP address for establishing the connection.

You may also try rebooting the device and then see if you can establish a connection on the next reboot. If you haven’t touched anything in your iPad, you should contact your service provider about the problem.

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