At our last two RV parks, we have been unable to hook up to the park's wifi with our WIFI Ranger. When we hook up with our laptops (no issue at all), a browser page opens and we enter a user ID and password supplied by the park, but when we try to log on to that same wifi with the WFR, a browser page does not open and we don't get any message such as a filtered network to enter log-on information -- it authenticates and tries to connect but eventually we receive the message "no IP address". How do we get the WFR to connect to these type networks?
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