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CSDept (Wi-Fi)

Android

  1. From the home screen click the Menu button and select Settings.
  2. Scroll to the top and select Wireless & Networks.
  3. Make sure that the Wi-Fi selection is checked.
  4. Select Wi-Fi Settings.
  5. Under Wi-Fi networks you will see a list of available networks. Select CSDept.
  6. In the pull-down menu of EAP Method, select PEAP.
  7. In the pull-down menu of Phase 2 authentication, select MSCHAPV2.
  8. Scroll past CA certificate and Client certificate.
  9. In the Identity field, enter your CS Account Username
  10. Skip the Anonymous identity field.
  11. In the Password field, enter your CS Account password.
  12. Select Connect.

iOS

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Select Wi-Fi.
  3. Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on.
  4. Under Choose A Network, select CSDept.
  5. At the Username/Password prompt, enter your CS account username and your CS account password.
  6. Click Join.
  7. You will be presented with the BYU CS Radius Server Certificate. Click Trust in the upper-right corner.
  8. You will then be connected to the CS Department wireless network.

MacOS

  1. Connect to the CSDept wireless network.
  2. You will be prompted for a Mode (leave on Automatic), a username and a password.
  3. Enter your CS username and password in the appropriate forms.
  4. Select Remember this network.
  5. Press Join.
  6. You may be presented with a Verify Certificate window. Click Show Certificate.
  7. If the certificate says BYU CS Radius CA Certificate and BYU CS Radius Server Certificate, you can hit Continue.
  8. Your computer will prompt you for your computer's password to add the certificates to Keychain Access.
  9. You may be prompted to re-enter your CS username and password one last time. After doing so, you will be connected to the CSDept wireless network.

Windows 10

  1. Connect to the CSDept wireless network.
  2. You will be prompted for your CS username and password.
  3. Click Connect.
  4. You will be presented with a message that says, “Continue connecting?
  5. Click Connect.
  6. You will then be connected to the CSDept wireless network.

Windows 7

  • Go to Network and Sharing Center and select 'Setup New Network Connection' and then select 'Manually connect to a wireless network'.

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  • Type the Network name as CSDept set the security as WPA-2 Enterprise and encryption type as AES.

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  • Go into the CSDept properties and under the 'Security' tab make sure your option look like this, then click on the 'Settings Tab'.

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  • Make sure to check Connect to these servers and type in “radius.cs.byu.edu”. Under 'Trusted Root Certification Authorities' make sure to check “GTE Cyber Trust Global Root”. Then select Configure.

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  • After clicking the 'Configure' button, make sure the 'Automatically use my Windows logon name' is unchecked and click OK on both boxes, returning to the CSDept network properties.

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  • Click the 'Advance Settings' button, and under the '802.1X Settings' tab, make sure to check the box Specify authentication mode: and select “User or computer authentication” and press OK.

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  • Click OK on the CSDept properties box and try connecting to the CSDept network. It should prompt you for your CS Credentials and connect you to the network.
  • If it keeps saying that it cannot connect, change the authentication mode to “User Authentication” and click on “Save Credentials.” Enter your CS Credentials in this box. Once you have done this, disconnect from the network and then reconnect.
csdept-wifi.txt · Last modified: 2017/02/06 13:30 by brysonlt