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I suggest removing the current WiFi network profile and re-connecting to your WiFi network again which should solve the problem you are experiencing.Here is how to do that:1. On your iPad, go to the home screen2. Tap on the Settings icon3. In the Settings menu, tap on Wi-Fi4. On the right side, tap on your WiFi network name5. Now tap on Forget This Network located at the top. Confirm when asked6. Now go back to the Wi-Fi menu and disable the WiFi by sliding the WiFi switch from right to left7. Now restart your iPad8. After the restart, re-enable the WiFi by sliding the WiFi switch from left to right9. You should see available wireless networks in range. Find yours and tap on it to connect10. Type your WiFi network password ***** case your network is password-protected. When connected, check if the Internet will now workLet me know the results.
I am sorry to see the problem remained. Please check if there is a way to connect your iPad to any other WiFi network, other than yours. That way you can see if the problem is with your iPad or your home WiFi network.
Let me know the results.
OK. Thanks for letting me know. Hopefully, it will be fixed there.
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