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How do I connect to wireless at CSUB?


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Windows 7

Step 1: Connect to the eduroam wireless connection

•   Click 'Wireless Network Connections' on the Task Bar.

Wifi Signal

•   Click [ eduroam ]

eduroam selection

Step 2: Enter your username and password

•   Enter your username in the following format: NetID@csub.edu and your password

•   Click [ OK ]

•   You should now be able to browse the internet via the wireless network, eduroam

win7 credentials

Note: If eduroam is rejecting your username/password ensure that your username is in the format NetID@csub.edu.


Windows 8

Step 1: Click 'Wireless Network Connections' on the Task Bar.

•   Click [ eduroam ]

•   Select 'Connect Automatically'

•   Click [ Connect ]

Windows 8 step 1

 Step 2: Enter your username and password

•   Check that 'Use my Windows user account' is unticked

•   Enter your username in the following format: NetID@csub.edu and your password

•   Click [ OK ]

Windows 8 step 2

Note: If eduroam is rejecting your username/password ensure that your username is in the format NetID@csub.edu.

Step 3: Connect

•   Click [ Connect ]

•   You should now be able to browse the internet via the wireless network, eduroam

Windows 8 step 3

 

 


Windows 10

Step1:

  • Click the Wireless Network icon in the Windows Taskbar (typically located on the bottom right of your screen). It looks like a series of signal bars, and will have a star on it if you're currently not connected to a wireless network.
  • Click on Network Settings.

Windows 10 step 1

Step 2:

  • Click on Network and Sharing Center.


Windows Phone

Step 1: Connect to the eduroam wireless connection

  • Open the 'Settings' application on your phone
  • Select 'Wi-Fi'
  • Click [ eduroam ] from the available list of network connections

Step 2: Enter your username (NetID@csub.edu) and password

  • Enter your username in the following format: NetID@csub.edu. and your password
  • Click [ Done ]
  • You'll be returned to the network selection screen, and the text underneath the eduroam network should read 'connected'
  • You should now be able to browse the internet via the wireless network, eduroam

Note: If eduroam is rejecting your username/password ensure that your username is in the format NetID@csub.edu.


OS X

Step 1: Connect to the eduroam wireless connection

   Click the wireless icon in the top right hand corner of your screen

   Click [ eduroam ] from the available list of network connections

osx step 1

Step 2: Enter your username (NetID@csub.edu) and password

   Enter your username in the following format: NetID@csub.edu and your password

   Click [ Join ]

OSx step 2

Step 3: Trust Certificate

   You will be prompted to accept the certificate

   Click [ Continue ]

   You may be asked for the administrator password for your local computer. Enter the normal password you use to log on to the computer

   You should now be able to browse the internet via the wireless network, eduroam

OSX step 3


Apple iDevice (iPhone, iPad, iPod)

Step 1: Connect to the eduroam wireless connection

   Open the 'Settings' application on your phone

   Select [ Wi-Fi ]

   Select the [ eduroam ]network

ios step 1

Step 2: Enter your username (NetID@csub.edu) and password

   Enter your username in the following format: NetID@csub.edu and your password

   Click [ Join ]

ios step 2

Note: If eduroam is rejecting your username/password ensure that your username is in the format NetID@csub.edu.

Step 3: Trust the Certificate

You will be shown the eduroam.csub.edu certificate

   Click [ Trust ] or [ Accept ] (varies on some devices)

ios step 3

   You'll be returned to the 'Wi-Fi' screen, and the eduroam network should appear with a tick to indicate it is connected

   You should now be able to browse the internet via the wireless network, eduroam

ios step 4