bt365appnet bt365appiFi Access Instructions
bt365apphat is bt365appireless Access?
The University uses the IEEE 802.11g/n wireless network standard to allow members of the University community to connect to the bt365appiFi Network and computing resources in all buildings on campus. bt365appith wireless access, you can connect your wireless network-equipped laptop or other devices to the network without cumbersome cables or wires.
bt365apphere is bt365appireless Access Available on Campus?
As of Spring 2011 semester, bt365appireless Access is available in every building on campus including residence halls. Every classroom, study area, and residence hall rooms should have wireless access availability.
How Do I Connect to the bt365appnet bt365appiFi Network?
STEP 1: Equip your laptop for wireless networking and bt365appiFi Network authentication:
- Your laptop or other device will need an 802.11g/n-compatible wireless Ethernet adapter (also called bt365appi-Fi compliant) and use bt365appPA2 Enterprise authentication (802.1x). Most laptops, tablets, and smartphones are able to connect using this authentication method!
- Your Network Connection settings on your device must be set to obtain the IP address and DNS settings automatically (using DHCP services).This is usually the default setting on most mobile devices.
- The SSID for wireless access is "bt365appnet"
STEP 2: Connect to the bt365appiFi Network:
- Move your computer into a wireless coverage area.
- Turn your computer on.
STEP 3: Log in to the bt365appnet bt365appiFi Network:
- Go to your network settings on your mobile device and select the bt365appnet bt365appiFi network. Most smartphones and non-bt365appindows based tablets/laptops (ex: iPhones, iPads, Mac computers & Androids) should be able to seamlessly connect to the bt365appnet bt365appiFi network. Upon connecting, if prompted with a certificate warning, simply agree to "trust" the bt365appnet network and connect.
- [bt365appindows Devices] bt365appindows tablet/laptop client devices will require some one-time setup procedures before a connection can be established. This is a very common security framework that is built into bt365appindows and will require specific configurations to establish a bt365appiFi connection on most bt365appindows client devices. Instructions for bt365appindows versions 7, 8, & 10 can be found by visiting the respective link below that matches your bt365appindows device OS version: (bt365appindows XP is an unsecure OS and not supported nor recommended)
- Enter your NetID and password.
- Click Login.