on 17-04-2012 7h57
on 17-04-2012 11h47
on 19-04-2012 22h23
Thanks for your help.
Already tried this over and over. Tried setting a static ip address and this lasted a day then can't connect again.
Even the call handler at BT said he'd recently bought an iPad and can't connect to his own Home Hub on WPA!
Had more than enough wasting my time with this, gonna buy an Apple router.
on 19-04-2012 22h36
on 26-06-2012 22h11
on 05-07-2012 20h20
on 20-07-2012 11h00
I am also having problems but not being an IT wizz I do not quite know if it is the same issue.
I have an Desk Top PC, Hard Wired to my Hub. I also have an Ipad. Recently I have found that on my PC I cannot download any emails to Microsoft outlook and it keeps asking me for my password, and even if I enter it the box still keeps coming back up. I have spoken with BT several times over the past month, they rectify the problem and then it stops again.
I am now told that this is a Yahoo issue that cannot be resolved at the moment, is anyone else having the same issue.
on 01-09-2012 13h24
Hi had this problem too. Fixed it by logging onto the home hub via my PC and found that the iPad was showing in the Physical connections list in Settings... Home network.... I clicked on the link then clickedvdeletebdevice & hey presto was able to connect again! Not sure how it ended up under physical connection but it worked so I'm not that bothered!
on 06-09-2012 14h55
I have the same problem - had Infinity installed yesterday and a type B HH3. iPad & iPhone won't join the network - they appear under physical connections and even if I delete and try again, rebooting everything, the same thing happens. I can join using WEP security but not WPA.
It's not an issue for me in that I switch off the HH3 wifi and use an apple wifi network, but that's not the point! I have had an HH3 before which I assume was type A, and never had a problem with anyone's ipad etc joining the network. Those of you reporting no problem, is your Hub Type A or B?
It's clearly an issue that BT need to sort out. I bumped into an engineer working in our apartments and he gave me a new HH3 - also a Type B - and same problem.