Strange wifi issue

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  1. buckchucko

    buckchucko Member

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    I have 2 iPhone 3gs and an iTouch. 3g's are on FW 3.0 and the iTouch is FW 2.2.1.

    All three devices locate and log into my wifi fine and have good signal. BUT none of them will go on the internet. They cannot connect for mail, weather, safari or any app that uses the internet.

    My laptop connects just fine (I'm using it now on the same system to write this). What could possible be preventing any Apple device from jumping on the net????? I haven't seen this ever happen before.

    Please help me!
  2. melterx12

    melterx12 New Member

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    why do you have 2 iphones and to top it off an ipod touch (dont say iTouch ever again)
  3. Nburnes

    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    What does it really matter to you?

    OP: Have you allowed their MAC Addresses?
  4. buckchucko

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    My wifi setup is running in my restaurant and so it must be that it allows all mac addresses. Customers are coming in and using it with no problems. It just doesn't like the iPones for some reason. Do iPhones need some other tweak set that I am missing?
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    Could be the Food?

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