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    MYP won't auto connect to Wi-Fi. "Unable to obtain IP address" error when manually connecting to wifi. Only a hard Reboot auto-connects successfully.

    I changed this to DHCPS-dynamic but it looks not working. So I go ahead connect another standalone router with this combo and turn the Wi-Fi from ATT combo off. So the car joined the Wi-Fi from the standalone Router with no more error.
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    MYP won't auto connect to Wi-Fi. "Unable to obtain IP address" error when manually connecting to wifi. Only a hard Reboot auto-connects successfully.

    For folks who still have Wi-Fi problem, I highly recommend checking your router setting. Be sure to allow dynamic DHCP.
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    MYP won't auto connect to Wi-Fi. "Unable to obtain IP address" error when manually connecting to wifi. Only a hard Reboot auto-connects successfully.

    ATT gave me a modem/router combo device. Its default set to allow fixed DHCPS-fixed IP passthrough which needs to be changed to allow DHCPS-dynamic. Tesla is not compatible with fixed IP so it keeps searching for Dynamic IP. While you can change this setting within ATT combo but lots of folks...
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    MYP won't auto connect to Wi-Fi. "Unable to obtain IP address" error when manually connecting to wifi. Only a hard Reboot auto-connects successfully.

    I had the same problem. It looks ATT combo has some problems, I connected another router with the combo, and turn off the combo wifi. The car finally works with the wifi with no error.

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