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    iPad 2 is not connecting to Wi-Fi router

    I am not able to connect my iPad 2 running on IOS 5.1.1 to recently bought home Wi-Fi router. The issue is still not resolved even after rebooting my iPad. Which are the other troubleshooting steps available to establish the connection?

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    Re: iPad 2 is not connecting to Wi-Fi router

    First of all, turn off the router and power up again after 30 seconds. This will reset the IP address of the router. After that, reset the network settings available on your iPad and try to establish the connection with the router again. To accomplish that, first tap the ‘Settings’ icon on the home page and navigate through the list of main iPad settings pop up on the screen. Hit the ‘General’ option from the main settings in the left pane. Then, tap over the ‘Reset’ option available in the general settings. Press the ‘Reset Network Settings’ option afterwards so that all the current network settings will be erased from your iPad.

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    Re: iPad 2 is not connecting to Wi-Fi router

    heyy friend..
    try out..
    First turn off the router and power up again to reset IP address....
    Then reset the network settings available on your iPad...
    Then tap the ‘Settings’ icon.
    Tap ‘General’ option..
    Then, tap over the ‘Reset’ option..
    Press the ‘Reset Network Settings’ option.

    thanxx....

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    Re: iPad 2 is not connecting to Wi-Fi router


    -->>Turn on the iPad 2 and tap [Settings] at the Home Screen
    -->> Tap [General].
    -->>Tap [Keyboard].
    -->>Tap [International Keyboards].
    -->>Check "English" is available.
    -->>Tap [Wi-Fi] from the menu.
    -->>Make sure the "Wi-Fi" button is ON.
    -->>Wait for a while until the SSID searching gets completed.
    -->>If the "OFF" button appears, a wireless feature is disabled.
    -->>Tap the button to enable a wireless connection.
    -->>Tap the SSID from the Step1 under "Choose a Network...".
    -->>If the SSID cannot be found, scroll the list to check it.
    -->>A key symbol appears because the wireless connection is encrypted.
    -->>The screen to enter an encryption key (password) appears.
    -->>Tap the encryption key written down from the Step 1. Then tap [Join].
    -->>The encryption key is case-sensitive.
    -->>To enter upper-case characters, tap the “↑” button (equivalent to the shift key) then enter the value.
    -->>When the icon of completing a wireless connection is displayed on the upper left of the screen, the setup is complete.
    -->>Press the Home button and tap [Safari] to connect to the internet.
    -->>When the internet screen appears, the setup is complete.


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    Re: iPad 2 is not connecting to Wi-Fi router

    Hello sir,


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    If your iPad is not getting connected to Wifi router after rebooting, then

    Do these steps :

    >>>> Switch off your router to reset its IP address,

    >>>> Then switch it ON ,

    >>>> Try to connect your iPad with the wifi again,

    >>>> Go to 'settings' ,

    >>>> click on 'General' settings,

    >>>> Click on 'RESET' & reset the network settings.


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    Hopefully it will help you............

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    Re: iPad 2 is not connecting to Wi-Fi router

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am not able to connect my iPad 2 running on IOS 5.1.1 to recently bought home Wi-Fi router. The issue is still not resolved even after rebooting my iPad. Which are the other troubleshooting steps available to establish the connection?



    1. First turn OFF router,

    2. Then reset the IP address,

    3. Then connect wifi router,

    4. If your issue is not solve,

    5. Then select setting icon,

    6. Then general option,

    7. The reset option,

    8. Then reset network setting option,

    9. Then wait until it completed,

    10. That's it.


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    Re: iPad 2 is not connecting to Wi-Fi router

    Hello friend, follow this steps,

    1.First turn OFF router,

    2. Then reset the IP address,

    3. Then connect wifi router,

    4.Tap on ok your problem is solved.

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