I am posting here because I haven't been able to find the answer anywhere else yet... I support an enterprise wireless network. I utilize 98 Cisco 1242AG LAP's across my campuses, all controlled by 3 Cisco WLAN controllers governed by Cisco WCS. If I just shot over your head, I manage and make a change in WCS, and it flows out to all access points. I push out multiple SSID's over the AP's, one being "public" which is VLAN's off and goes out a dedicated ISP connection. Every device I have touched can connect to public, except iPad's. I have touched an iPad once, for about 2 minutes, outside of work, but that's it. I'm getting reports about users who from here or there can't get to their webmail. My setup is not blocking anything, I have dense wireless coverage, why can't iPad's connect? I'm supporting A/G but not B or N. The entire Apple thing is new to me, I've never had to support it, so I'm breaking new ground in personal development.