Many people use Wi-Fi to connect to the internet when traveling, sometimes it doesn’t want to work correctly.
Remove the unwanted Wi-Fi network by opening Wi-Fi in the Settings menu. Moreover, then tap the “I” symbol to the right of the network and choose “Forget This Network*. To avoid a constant disruption to connect to a Wi-Fi network, you happen to pass by. You should disable the popup message to join a Wi-Fi network by turning off “Ask to Join Networks.”
Sometimes a Wi-Fi connection needs a bit of help to make it work. Return to Wi-Fi in the Settings menu, tap the “I” and select “Renew Lease.” Besides, you can manually enter a DNS server address. DNS is responsible for directing your web browser to the IP address of the website you want to visit. Some DNS servers are better than others. It is worthwhile to change the DNS server address by tapping the “Configure DNS” section and change from Automatic to Manual. Remove any existing t DNS servers and search domains. Add a server electing the green “+” sign and use one or more of the following suggestions:
- 184.108.40.206 Google DNS
- 220.127.116.11. Google DNS
- 18.104.22.168 IBM Quad Nine fast & private
- 22.214.171.124 Cloudflare one of the leading web hosting service and is fast & private
Changing the DNS servers also helps to prevent the network operator of spying on your web browsing or redirect you to websites they want you to go. Better yet you can encrypt the DNS traffic with the 126.96.36.199 app.
*Ultimately you can nuke all Wi-Fi and BlueTooth setting in: Settings > General > Reset > “Reset Network Settings.
Never trust a strangers network, whether its a hotel, airport, coffee shop, or Air B&B. There is a chance that someone else on the network will see every website you visit and intercept the passwords you enter or might try to break into your computer.
I hope this email was useful for you, contact me if you have any questions.
Smiles across the wires,