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As mentioned WPA2 does work fine with the iPad for some routers - Apple's of course. I use WPA2 encryption at home on my Apple router with no problems, and with a linksys at my in-laws - sorry I don't have model/firmware version handy. Just my 2 cents.
As well, I have a couple guys at work with non-Apple routers using WPA2/AES and their ipads without any issues.
Message was edited by: Mark Shykula
Well, this is what happened:
1) The iPad refuses to connect with WPA2/AES across any router.
2) The iPad connects flawlessly with any other or no security protocol.
3) Switching the router repeatedly between WPA/TKIP (which works well) and WPA2/AES will rarely allow the iPad to work with WPA2/AES.
4) Restarting the iPad, allowing it to go to full sleep (giving up the IP address), or "Forget[ting the] Network" will result in non-compliance with WPA2/AES.
5) At the Apple Store +every other iPad+ connected to my routers under WPA2/AES.
So obviously it's my iPad. I'm getting it replaced tomorrow.
Thanks for all your help and advice, everybody!
Ralph Landry1 wrote:
Thanks for the detailed update. Let us know things work out with the replacement.
A new iPad is now in my hands a week, and WPA2 / AES is connecting, re-connecting, and otherwise proceeding flawlessly. Lesson learned: If something is the only thing that isn't working, instead of trying to desperately fix it, kick it back and get a new one!
i just found that my network time server was down, so my router time was incorrect.
so just picking the next 2 on the list gave me correct router time and my ipad connected immediately.
using AES, as i always have before.