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  Reply # 1031960 27-Apr-2014 12:15
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I'm not sure if the jpeg has uploaded, but i have taken a screen capture of the modified WLAN settings as suggested. 
My iphone still not connecting to wifi.



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  Reply # 1031965 27-Apr-2014 12:18
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Maybe this will work, its a screenshot of the modified settings

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1031972 27-Apr-2014 12:27
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lucky015: Try setting to 20mhz, Channel 6, Disable 5ghz, and an alt SSID and WPA key, If it works start reversing the changes one at a time.

My guess is apple devices and their shoddy wifi support for features supported by everything else.


Yes I have done most of this but Apple devices still not connecting. Not sure how to change the WPA key though. I only have an iphone4 and the Apple TV otherwise everything else is Windows, and no real problems with connecting Apple devices till now.



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  Reply # 1032498 28-Apr-2014 11:53
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I have finally got Apple TV working after 3 days of grief.

This is what I have done;

A factory reset by plugging into a computer with mini USB cable using itunes. I didn't realise this would be different from doing a reset on the device itself.
There was an update from software release 6.1 to 6.1.1

Then using a TP Link Extender, I plugged a short ethernet cable from the TP into the Apple TV.
 I manually set the DNS settings and off it went. Yay.

Now I just need to work out how to reset the iphones so they will connect by wifi. I still have major wifi connectivity issues.

Thanks for your help.

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