Lost (Wi-fi) Connection when Running off Battery
Everything works fine when connecting to my desktop database and I'm plugged in with electricity (assuming I'm using the 'fmrestoreautologin' priveleg.)
However, after a few minutes of non-use (after the iPads' gone to sleep) I unlock the iPad, and get the following message
"Communication with the Host is interrupted. Do you want to try to reconnect?"
I click yes, then get:
"The file "Filename" could not be opened Either the host is unavailable, or the file is not."
(OF COURSE NEITHER CONDITION IS TRUE ) The file IS open on My Mac 20' feet away on the same Wi-fi network.
Is there anyway to stop this behaviour? IS THIS a Bug? Whatever, it's certainly annoying.
Should it Matter, my Computer is set to NOT sleep (except display), I have hard drive sleep set to never, and to wake on LAN. Again, I do NOT get this behavior when the device (an iPad) is connected electrically.
I have not tested this with 3G.