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network:wireless [2014/09/29 13:55]
walter
network:wireless [2018/01/30 15:52] (current)
clee231 Adding Windows 10 Instructions
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-====== ​Connecting to ACM Wireless ======+====== ACM Wireless ====== 
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 +<WRAP left round important 65%> 
 +Make sure your wireless MAC has been [[network:​mac_address_filtering|registered on the ACM network]] 
 +</​WRAP>​ 
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 +This page explains how ACM members, and authorized guests, can setup access to the ACM's internal WiFi network. This network shares similar properties as the LAN network, but is located on a different subnet. If you are trying to add wireless access for an device owned and managed by the ACM, please instead reference to [[network:​wireless_for_acm_machines|this page]] as the procedures are not identical.  
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 The ACM CA cert file can be downloaded ​ The ACM CA cert file can be downloaded ​
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-<WRAP center round important 50%> 
-Make sure your wireless MAC has been [[mac_address_filtering|registered on the ACM network]] 
-</​WRAP>​ 
  
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   - Enter your ACM username and password   - Enter your ACM username and password
   - Connect   - Connect
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 +===== Game Consoles =====
 +
 +Many game consoles do not support enterprise authentication methods. As a result, these consoles must use consumer authentication methods. This method still requires you to be registered on the ACM network. These methods have been tested on Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, and PS4. 
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 +You will need to enter manual WiFi setup on your respective console.
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 +  * Name: ACM-3DS ​
 +  * SSID: ACM-Hidden  ​
 +  * Security: WPA2-PSK (AES)  ​
 +  * Password: <Please ask a sysadmin, in-person>  ​
 +
 ===== Linux ===== ===== Linux =====
  
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 ===== Windows 7 ===== ===== Windows 7 =====
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-Much of the process is similar to the one described [[http://​blink.ucsd.edu/​technology/​network/​connections/​wireless/​win7-encrypted.html|here.]] So you can use it as a visual reference. ​ 
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-<WRAP center round tip 30%> 
-Windows 8/8.1 should be about the same procedure with a different interface to get to the initial dialogs ​ 
-</​WRAP>​ 
  
  
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   - After you have unzipped the certificate file, double click it to start the Certificate installer   - After you have unzipped the certificate file, double click it to start the Certificate installer
-  - Click next to continue +  - Click next to continue ​(8/8.1: You may need to click "​Open"​ for the first window and then "​Install certificate"​) 
-  - Select "place all certificates in the following store" and click next+  - 8/8.1 users: choose "​Current user" and click Next 
 +  - Select "place all certificates in the following store" and click next ("​Browse"​ for 8/8.1)
   - Select "​Trusted Root Certificate Authorities"​ from the list and select ok   - Select "​Trusted Root Certificate Authorities"​ from the list and select ok
   - Select next   - Select next
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 ==== Configure the Wireless Profile ==== ==== Configure the Wireless Profile ====
  
-  - Open the Network and Sharing Center +  - Open the Network and Sharing Center; this can be done by right-clicking the Networking icon in the Taskbar and selecting "Open Network and Sharing Center"​ 
-  - Select Manage Wireless Networks +  - Select Manage Wireless Networks ​(8/8.1: "Set up a new connection or network"​) 
-  - Click Add and select Manually create network profile+  - Click Add (Windows 7) and select Manually create network profile ​(8/8.1: "​Manually connect to a wireless network"​)
   - Network Name: "​ACM"​   - Network Name: "​ACM"​
   - Security Type: WPA2 Enterprise   - Security Type: WPA2 Enterprise
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   - Select Start this connection automatically   - Select Start this connection automatically
   - Click Next    - Click Next 
-  - Select change ​collection ​settings+  - Select change ​connection ​settings
   - Select the Security Tab   - Select the Security Tab
   - Select Settings next to the drop down that says "​Microsoft:​ Protected EAP (PEAP)"​   - Select Settings next to the drop down that says "​Microsoft:​ Protected EAP (PEAP)"​
   - Check Validate server certificate   - Check Validate server certificate
   - Select "UIC ACM" from the Certificate list   - Select "UIC ACM" from the Certificate list
-  - Click the configure button+  - Click the configure button ​(8/8.1 users should not need to do this)
   - Make sure fast reconnect is checked   - Make sure fast reconnect is checked
-  - Uncheck "​Automatically use my Windows Login" and click ok+  - Uncheck "​Automatically use my Windows Login" and click ok (this is in the Configure window for 8/8.1 and should be unchecked by default)
   - Check "​Enable Identity Privacy"​   - Check "​Enable Identity Privacy"​
-  - Enter "​anonymous"​ into the test box next to it+  - Enter "​anonymous"​ into the text box next to it
   - Click OK   - Click OK
   - Select Advanced Settings   - Select Advanced Settings
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 Connect to the wireless network and enter your ACM username and password when prompted Connect to the wireless network and enter your ACM username and password when prompted
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 +===== Windows 8/8.1/10 =====
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 +Windows 8 and above should now automatcally detect, download the certificate,​ and configure your settings automatically. If not, follow the procedures for Windows 7.
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 +  - Select "​ACM"​ under your WiFi list.
 +  - Type in your ACM Username and Password.
 +  - Press Connect.
  
 === Signage === === Signage ===
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