3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 11, 2012 9:24 AM by seppe1998
roadetour Level 1 (0 points)

DHCP numbers suddenly disappeared from an ipad 2 and a mac book yesterday and cannot get them back on the network.

other macs  and an older ipad are working just fine.

I tried to enter the numbers from static but they keep getting wiped clean

any ideas?

iPad 2
  • seppe1998 Level 1 (20 points)

    Did you try to restart the router, the iPad and the Mac?

    And actually, can you still surf?

    What router do you have?

    It's a bit hard to say something when you don't know the details.

  • roadetour Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks a lot seppe1998

    I did restart all. with yhe ipad i forgot network reset network setting and did a hard reboot.

    im using a linksys router.

    The thing is, everything was working fine for all macs and ipads and iphones(wifi related) for a long time. no


    the only change was yesterday when the service provider cut off the service for a few hours. When it got

    back on, I had the problem with the ipad 2 and the macbook.

  • seppe1998 Level 1 (20 points)

    If it doesn't work yet, you can also try to let the iPad and the Mac 'forget' the network, and then just connect back. If it's solved, you can close this discussion.