Probably makes no difference at all but I'm currently in Italy at a short-term rental apartment just outside of Rome. On this trip I have a MacBook Pro (late 2013), iPhone 5 and an iPad 3. The apartment owner gave me the login to connect to the in-house WiFi. The router uses WPA/WPA2 security, and has the standard 192.168.1.1 router address, 255.255.255.0 subnet mask, and DNS 192.168.1.1. The MacBook Pro connects just fine and the internet access is pretty speedy. Here's the problem: the iPhone and the iPad see and connect just fine to the network, and I can ping each of them from the other and both of them from the MacBook. However I cannot get to the internet on either iOS device (both running 7.04). Neither Safari or Chrome works. In Safari I get the error message: "Safari cannot open the page because it could not connect to the server," and Chrome essentially reports the same error for whatever URL I try (e.g., Apple, Google, Amazon). I've read at least 25 threads about this problem here and elsewhere and have tried the following suggested fixes on both iOS devices: Reset the iOS devices Reset the iOS devices' Network Settings Changed the DHCP connection to Static (did this on the MacBook and it works) Changed the DNS server to 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 (I also changed the DNS server on the MacBook to OpenDNS and it works just fine) The one thing I can't do is restart the router because it's locked up in a cabinet, so I'm out of luck there. Don't even know what kind of equipment there is. BTW, I just came from Barcelona where I was in a similar apartment situation and I had no problem at all with internet access on all 3 devices. Any ideas? Thanks.