ios – Can I receive an emergency notification on an IPad via WiFi?

I have an iPad Pro with iOS 12.1.1, only Wi-Fi (it has a cellular modem, but I never activated it), in the US. Can I somehow activate wireless emergency calls? Like the alerts NWS and AMBER, I get my phone.

All Internet instructions (example) refer to the section "Notifications for state authorities" at the bottom of the notification settings. However, this is not the case. There is nothing under this app list.

ios – Can I receive emergency notifications on a wifi pad?

I have an iPad Pro with iOS 12.1.1 (Wi-Fi only) in the US. Can I somehow activate wireless emergency calls? Like the alerts NWS and AMBER, I get my phone.

All Internet instructions (example) refer to the section "Notifications for state authorities" at the bottom of the notification settings. However, this is not the case. There is nothing under this app list.

Wi-Fi – I can not connect my laptop to the TP-Link router

I have TP Link wireless router,

I can connect my phone with that tp link router but since a few days no laptop.
I have been faced with a problem for a week, the laptop does not show my router in the scanned list, by the way it shows other Wi-Fi in the list, but not mine.

I suspect there might be problems with my router. How can I solve this?

Wi-Fi – Sticky Wi-Fi issues, but "Aggressive Wi-Fi to Cellular Handover" turns off?

My phone suffers from what appears to be called "sticky". In other words, when I'm close by outside my house, the phone sees my access point and thinks it's connected, but it does not see me. This may be detected and the connection established via LTE, but the same access point will be restored. And when I'm in my car, I can see it over and over again. The internet is not working or the connections are hanging during this time.

I tried to enable the Aggressive Wi-Fi to Cellular Handover developer option, but noticed the same thing, but when I went back to the menu to disable it, I noticed that it was already off. Something has turned it off, I've tried it a few times now, and although I can see it initially, if I go back later, it's off (at random, I do not know when it happens).

My question: What would cause "Aggressive Wi-Fi to Cellular Handover" off again and again? Is this a function of the operating system or why should it happen? Any advice for this issue?

For the time being, I'll try another option called "Switch to mobile data" in Advanced Wi-Fi, which will automatically switch to mobile data when the Internet is not available over Wi-Fi. So I'll see if this helps.

Use Android Marshmallow 6.0.1

Wi-Fi – Copy from open Wi-Fi networks / hotspots

ok, i wanted to save some wifi networks that i need to have on a flash drive or on my home pc. Is there a way to copy an open or a hotspot to a device of some kind, so that I can always have wifi? For example, there is a library and a Walmart neighborhood market near me. Can I copy a piece of local Wi-Fi to a device so I can always have it, or if I can copy that mobile hotspot device that was the library? Live, please let me know as soon as possible

Network – Can I remotely reboot or reset AirPort Extreme over my Mac with Wi-Fi?

The Internet connection at my home (provided by the housing company), which is transmitted to the WLAN via Airport Extreme, is nowadays frequently interrupted. In this case, my MacBook is still connected to Wi-Fi, but Internet access is not available.

The only reliable way I've found to fix the problem is to go to the Airport Extreme, disconnect the power cord and reconnect it to reboot. Soon after the Wi-Fi is available again, the Internet connection will be available again.

My question: Is there a remote or "software option" to reset or restart Airport Extreme to reconnect to the Internet? (For example, with the AirPort utility or something on the command line on my Mac.)

If important: AirPort Extreme 802.11n (5th generation) with software version 7.6.9.