I wanted to show my in-laws and AirPlay from their iPhone, but it did not work - though it worked from their iMac. I believe the problem is that while the iMac and the media PC are connected to their ADLS router (with IP addresses 10.0.0.x), the wifi network is created by additional wifi router (Jensen Air:Link 6954), which creates a subnet with addresses 192.168.1.x.
I connected to the wifi router and switched off the router function, by switching off DHCP (see manual) and all looked OK on my laptop - but neither iPhone nor iPad (both on iOS 6) would connect, even if I switched off all wifi security.
My question is, is this some known problem of iOS devices? And in either way, is there something I can do to make it work? All I need is for the i-devices to use the wifi and t obe able to use AirPlay to the media PC to the main router.
(One idea I have is letting the wifi router run DHCP server and assign addresses in the same range as the main router (10.0.0.x, with x>100 to avoid conflicts) - is this a good idea? And would this be enough to make AirPlay to work?)
More info about the wifi router, see the Installation guide that shows most screens of the web interface.