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I have just started to work for London company which provides iPads for some typs of conferences within UK. Those iPads connect to our own wireless networks and pull out the data from the local serve. Yesterday, at one of the events, I noticed a strange thing:

Even though iPads were not indicated as connected to our closed wireless network they were working perfectly fine. The indication I mean are:

-iPad 'network wave' wasn't showing up -when in network mangaer there was a circle spinning next to our network (iPads connect to this network automatically) -network manager were not giving out any details providing by DHCP server

However when logged in to web managament console of the acceess point all ipads were getting ip addresses which might indicate that it just the nature of iPads to behave that way from time to time.

Any ideas why this has happened?

Best

Coduy

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No and it's unlikely to be our kind of thing on here to be honest, it's a bit of a grey area really as the issue is with the display on the iPads but the actual network/dhcp and server was working. It may get migrated to our sister site superuser.com or one of the other stackoverflow sites. –  Chopper3 May 10 '13 at 18:24
    
What version of iOS? –  Bigbio2002 May 10 '13 at 20:55
    
Hi guys, thanks for your input. It's hard to place this question anywhere. Think will go to ask couple of pros I know. Thanks anyway. –  user1317553 May 11 '13 at 19:13
    
Bigbio2002, will let you know soon. THanks. –  user1317553 May 11 '13 at 19:13
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