Please note that these instructions assume an active IT account.
Follow the instructions for your version of Windows below: If you are having difficulty getting your Windows 7 machine to connect, try setting up a manual connection.
This client can be configured automatically by AD (Active Directory) Group Policy if you're running a minimum of Windows Server 2003 SP1 or 2003 R2. WPA and WPA2 may operate in enterprise mode using RADIUS server to hold per user keys for individual access control in a large networks. home network (without a RADIUS server) a pre-shared key (PSK) may be used.
This section will be mostly demonstrated with Windows XP SP1/2 .In windows SP1 or SP2, configure the Wireless Client by the right clicking on your Wireless Ethernet card under the "Network Connections" and then select properties. Right click on the Wireless Icon in system tray, select "View Available Networks" and Click on "Change advanced settings". WPA uses TKIP and message integrity is based on RC4 for encryption. In the case the same key will be used by all clients, so we may require to do more work in order to keep the key update.
If you have already attempted to connect to my UNB Wi Fi make sure to remove that network from Manage Wireless Networks in your Control Panel.
While you are looking at your wireless networks, remove any old UNB networks to prevent your computer from trying to automatically connect to them.
Because Ethernet is inherently a shared access technology, it provides no such facilities.
By combining the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) with Ethernet, an ISP can use Ethernet topologies and still maintain the individuality of user access as if they were using a dial-up modem.
If you are having difficulty getting your Windows 8 machine to connect, try setting up a manual connection.
The following instructions apply to using the Eduroam wireless service on Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 machines.
To determine which version of Windows you are running, press the Windows key on your keyboard and type winver into the search field, then press enter.
In first phase the client authenticates the server using a TLS -Transport Layer Security, certificate-based mechanism.
This establishes an encrypted tunnel through which the second-phase PEAP credentials may be securely exchanged.