The "Cannot connect to server" message means your iPad lacks Internet access. You may be in an area without Wi-Fi signal, your Wi-Fi may be turned off or you may not have a network enabled. If you use a Wi-Fi + 3G iPad, this message means both your cellular data and Wi-Fi connections are not receiving service.
- Tap Settings
- Tap Wi-Fi
- Tap to turn Wi-Fi off
Tap the "Settings" app on your iPad to access your Internet connection settings. If the "Airplane mode" setting is on, tap it to turn it off. This should restore any wireless settings you had before you placed it in "Airplane mode." For Wi-Fi settings, if the iPad says "Not connected" next to "Wi-Fi," tap the area that says that and choose a network from the list. Follow the onscreen instructions to enter the network password, if necessary.
- If anybody are unable to connect to the Internet using Wi-Fi.
- See at the Wi-Fi signal strength at the top of the screen. If you do not looking a signal,
- Tap the “Settings” icon, and verify that “Wi-Fi” is on. If it is ON.
- Tap "Wi-Fi" in the "Settings" page and wait a few seconds for the iPad to detect all available wireless networks.
- your default Wi-Fi network is available, the iPad will automatically connect to it.
- If you are not in the vicinity of your default network, tap “Other” to select a different network. If the iPad detects no signals.
- verify the router is on, and move closer to the router until a signal appears.
- If the computer can access the Internet, your router may need a software or firmware upgrade, or there may be an encryption issue between it and the iPad.
- To verify the router is working properly. An iPad may be connected to a Wi-Fi network, but unable to access the Internet if the router itself is not connected to the Internet.
- connect to it using a computer and open a Web browser. Press “F5” on the computer, or click “Refresh” to verify the computer can access the Internet. If it cannot, reset the router. If the problem persists, contact your Internet service provider.