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Trying to connect to wifi with both iPhone and iPad

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Robsy128, Feb 11, 2013.

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  1. Robsy128

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    Hey everyone :)

    I'm desperately trying to connect my iPhone and iPad to the wifi at work. I'm allowed to do this (as is everyone), although I appear to be having issues with both. I select the wifi network, enter the password and I just have a small spinning circle right beside the name of the wifi network, as if it's trying to connect but nothing happens.

    The weirdest thing is that my iPhone was connected to the network about two weeks ago, but I restored my phone since then and now it's having issues. Actually, it was having issues before I restored the phone. The iPad is brand new as well and it has the same problem. Is it an issue with the OS update?

    I can connect to my home wifi just fine, though, which makes me think that it's an issue with the router. The strange part about it is that all of the laptops here can connect to the wifi.
     
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    may be an issue with the work network - if your allowed to connect - I would discuss with the IT department or person responsible for your work network
     
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