3129 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 22, 2011 3:47 PM by markfmanchester
I am normally not so fond of these "standard" answers , but here we go:
Firmware update: It's on the latest firmware. Fortunatly it's every Wireless N router i have and none of them work (not even my Apple Airport is working) So i think this has nothing to do with that
WEP: i know it's not safe >_>. I am an IT specialist lol... it's just a minimal protection to test my N connection so that not everyone around can surf on my Fiber connection .
Just thought i would add that i too believe it to be related to the new ios4.3 update, we currently have 4 iphones here (i work in IT too) two of which are 3gs and the other two are iphone 4. Updated one of each model to the new 4.3 and now wifi does not work, well it works albeit extremely slowly to the point that safari believes there not to be a connection there at all. Definitely appears to be linked to Wireless N. We have a netgear router N300, cisco wag160N and also the corporate Cisco WCS AP setup and if they all run Wireless N = fail. If we run mixed b/g or either b or g, it works a treat.
Just so you know, all the routers have the latest firmware, and yes, they have been fully restarted.
The two iphones that have not been updated work fine when routers are set to Wireless N
We are telling people not to update to os4.3 until this is resolved.
There's extensive discussion about what Apple aren't doing to fix this problem, not even in the ios 4.3.1 update, in my existing thread on this subject, which can be found here: