I've seen this message more than 20 times in the past 3 hours: "Cannot Open Page: Safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the Internet." I've occasionally seen this in the past, like once a week maybe, but this is nuts.
Running iOS 4.3.3
WiFi icon is present and shows good signal (I'm maybe 3-4 meters from the WiFi access point and my PC laptop's not experiencing any problems). Will be browsing on Safari, and maybe I pause for a few minutes (composing a post for example) and when I hit submit, or try to open a new window to google I get that message. This is not a resume/wake from standby issue (though it happens then too).
Solutions I've tried:
(1) Renew DHCP lease (doesn't usually work)
(2) Turn off WiFi and turn on again (sometimes works)
(3) Reset Network Connection (usually works)
(4) Soft Reset (usually works)
(5) Hard Reset (usually works)
While there are some workarounds above that reliably work, I shouldn't have to do this every 5-10 minutes.
Don't think it's the WiFi or the ISP, since I'm responsible for IT services in the office and no one is reporting issues (my colleagues are quite avid in reporting connectivity issues, as in they will wait for me to finish explaining to someone else that there are network issues that I'm resolving, just so they can also report that they too are having such issues).
Anyone else seeing this? Seems like a new development. Could another App be causing the problem?