Same problem in my case. Issue started recently, could be linked to the iOS5.0.1 upgrade ?
No problem at home but impossibility to connect to secured networks in hotels and other friends house in other countries.
diesel vdub "Try Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.Try Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings." did not work for me. Other pqrt of the solution not applicable as I do not have access to the router.
Any other recommendations ?
I have a Belkin N600 router with two networks defined - my main network and a guest network.
All my devices except my iPhone connect fine to the main network. My iPhone can 'see' the main network but when I try and connect I get 'unable to join the network'. It doesn't even ask for the key.
My iPhone connects just fine to the guest network.
What on earth could cause this?
Hi Harverty I have had the same problem but with the airport extreme... It's basically because it's an "n" router geared up for new wireless devices i believe. My iphone strangly isn't one of them nor the new PS3 ...!!
The settings below worked on my new Apple extreme to get iphone & PS3 to link BUT the downside is the connection speed gradually got slower and slower on everything.... Switch back my to normal settings on extreme mac and other devices rock at super speed - but iphone and ps3 although they see both main and guest can't connect again....
Go to Wireless
Radio Mode: choose 802.11a/n - 802.11g
Radio Channel Selection - Manual
click EDIT: chose manually the channels, 48 (5 Ghz) and channel 5 (2,4 Ghz).
Choose WPA/WPA2 Personal as security settings.
I wish I had my old router back with it's old technology as everything work perfectly fine on it for years till it died....
Thanks ttricia. I’ve tried the settings you suggest as well as many other combinations, all without success.
It seems crazy that my iPhone connects perfectly to the guest network but not the main network on the same router, even though it can clearly see it. Every other device I have connects just fine.
I think I’m going to revert to the n router supplied by my ISP and sell the Belkin. I bought the Belkin mainly for dual-band and increased range. I can live without dual-band, and see no significant increase in range, so the Belkin may as well go on eBay.