iPad : Wi-Fi Connected, but no Internet access, fix

One of the newsreaders reported WiFi connection issue in iPad. “Wi-Fi Connected, but no Internet access. Tried several times to connect to the network but the issue occurs. I google it and found some solutions to resolve this issue.
Solution 1: Change the HTTP Proxy
Under the Wi-Fi Network Settings just changed the HTTP proxy from “Auto” to “Off” and it worked. Now you connect to the Internet and Google appear on iPad.
Solution 2: Re-enter password

  1. Go to Settings ->Wi-Fi.
  2. Click on the Wi-Fi network information.
  3. Click “Forget this network”.
  4. Re-enter your password.

Hope this works well.
Solution 3: Reset the network settings
It also might be a good idea to reset the network settings.
reset network settings
Steps to Reset the network settings in iPhone/iPad:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Choose General.
  3. Then go to Reset.
  4. Click on Reset network settings.

Once you reset your network settings, you will connect to your nearest Wi-Fi network. Go to your Wi-Fi settings and choose your network from the list.
SEE ALSO: Fixed: iPad Won’t Connect to Wireless Network
Solution 4: Access the internet using Safari
Following  are the steps to access the Internet in Windows 7

  1. Connect iPhone to the computer using lighting to USB cable.
  2. Open iTunes.
  3. Turn on your personal hotspot.
  4. Click USB only.
  5. Check your open network sharing center and sees it says “No Internet access”.
  6. Open Safari on your iPhone and load some random websites.
  7. Now, check your open network sharing center and it says “Internet” next to access.

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One response to iPad : Wi-Fi Connected, but no Internet access, fix

Thanks for this work. Here is another one: wrong router and dns addresses in DHCP (router not at fault). Very rare but got it twice on the ipad for some reasons. You simply set private IP (they call it static in Apple wifi settings) with the two correct addresses then back to DHCP (or even not) and it should work, the correct numbers shall remain. Otherwise stay in static IP

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