Hello everyone. I am having an unusual problem with Wifi.
My employer offers a Wifi network for our personal devices. It is an “open” network with a captive portal, once we login to the portal with our company credentials then we have access to the Internet. However, it will only work until the next reboot of the device.
After rebooting, attempting to access any website in Vanadium shows an error that “this site is not secure” (even when the site is normally HTTPS), and when selecting “continue anyway” it is unable to find the server IP address. All apps are unable to contact their respective Internet services.
Curiously, the inability to connect to the Internet persists even if I switch to mobile data or to my own Wifi network at home, and even if I reboot again. The only solution is to forcibly reset all Wifi/BT/Mobile settings under Settings > System.
I have been able to reproduce this for several days now. If I login to the corporate Wifi and reboot, it breaks all Internet access through all access points, until I forcibly reset Wifi settings.
This does not happen with my iOS device. What is going on here?