Why won't any iOS devices connect to my wireless internet?

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My home wireless network was working fine. I had to unplug my modem, router and switch. When I plugged them back in, all the PCs in my house connect to the internet just fine. Two iPads and two iPhones connect to the router, but don't receive any internet.
 

Jaguarr40

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Have you tried to rest your wireless internet (Router) by unplugging it for around 30 secs and plug it back in. At the same time it would not hurt to ignore all networks in WIFI settings on your devices and then when you see them show up - add the WIFI network back.
 

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192.168.101.64

Not really sure how to "program it as static". I selected "static" from the WiFi options screen and typed in the IP address above but not sure it stayed in there?
 

kch50428

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Settings...general...reset...reset network settings.... You'll have to enter wifi passwords again after doing this...
 

Peligro911

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192.168.101.64

Not really sure how to "program it as static". I selected "static" from the WiFi options screen and typed in the IP address above but not sure it stayed in there?

So it seems you are getting a IP address from your router .. If not it would 169.254 etc it means your dhcp is working .. Do other devices on the network get a 192.168.101.x address and have Internet ? My guess you have a router restriction programmed somehow it's the only thing I can think of.
I would check router settings


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