1 Wireless computer access at K-State Information Technology Services provides wireless access across campus for both the K-State community and for campus visitors. Instructions for connecting to KSU Wireless Windows XP configuration Windows Vista configuration Windows 7 configuration Macintosh OS 10.5x/6 configuration Android configuration iphone, ipad, or ipod Touch configuration HP Touch Pad configuration Chromebook configuration Ubuntu configuration Who can use K-State s wireless network? 1. K-State faculty/staff and students should use KSU Wireless. 2. Residents in K-State residence halls and Jardine Apartments should use KSU Housing. 3. Campus visitors should use KSU Guest. What s needed to connect to KSU Wireless? A computer with wireless network card A valid K-State eid/password How do I get help? Contact your departmental IT support staff or the K-State IT Help Desk ( ,
2 Windows XP configuration: KSU Wireless These instructions assume you are using the Windows management of the wireless network adapter. 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the desktop. (If you re using the classic Windows start menu, click Settings.) Click Network Connections. Right-click Wireless Connections and select View Available Wireless Networks from the menu. OR: An alternative approach is to right-click the wireless networking icon in the bottom right corner of the Windows desktop. Select View Available Wireless Networks from the menu. 2. The Wireless Network Connection window will appear.
3 3. Click Change the order of preferred networks in the left-hand menu. The following window will appear. 4. Click the Wireless Networks tab at the top of the window. The following window will appear. 5. Checkmark the Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings box (it should be the default). If KSU Wireless is present in the list of Preferred Networks, double-click it so you can configure the connection. If KSU Wireless is not in the list of Preferred Networks, click Add to create a connection.
4 6. Click the Properties button. The following window will appear. 7. On the KSU Wireless properties window, enter the information below. (The network name is casesensitive. All your settings should exactly match those listed below.) Network name (SSID) = KSU Wireless Network Authentication = WPA2 Data encryption = AES Do not click OK yet! Click the Authentication tab at the top of the window. The following window will appear.
5 8. On the Authentication tab, make the following changes: EAP type = Protected EAP (PEAP) Uncheck Authenticate as computer when computer information is available Do not click OK yet! Click Properties to continue. The following window will appear. 9. On the Protected EAP Properties window, make the following changes: Checkmark Validate server certificate Uncheck Connect to these servers (leave this field blank) In the Trusted Root Certification Authorities section: o Checkmark Thawte Premium Server CA o Checkmark Thawte Server CA Select Authentication Method = Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) 10. To the right of Select Authentication Method, click the Configure button. When the following window appears, uncheck the box for Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any). 11. Click OK until you exit the wireless configuration windows.
6 12. A balloon will appear in the bottom right corner of the desktop. 13. Click the balloon window titled Wireless Network Connection for KSU Wireless. The following window will appear. 14. Enter the following information: User name = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password Logon domain = USERS 15. Click OK. You should be automatically connected to the wireless network. When you change your K-State eid password, you have to re-enter your eid/password.
7 Windows Vista configuration: KSU Wireless 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the desktop. 2. Select the Network option. The following window will appear. 3. Select Network and Sharing Center. The following window will appear.
8 4. If KSU Wireless appears on this window as a current network connection, remove it before proceeding further. From the Network and Sharing Center, select Set up a connection or network in the left-hand menu. The following window will appear. 5. From the Set up a connection or network menu, select Manually connect to a wireless network. The following window will appear. 6. On the Manually connect to a wireless network window, enter the following information. (The network name is case-sensitive. All your settings should exactly match those listed below.) Network name = KSU Wireless Security type = WPA2-Enterprise Encryption type = AES (this should be the default option) Security Key/Passphrase = (leave this field blank) Checkmark the Start this connection automatically box (it should be the default option).
9 7. Click Next to continue. The following window will appear. 8. From the Manually connect to a wireless network menu, select Change connection settings to enter additional configuration options. The following window will appear.
10 9. Click the Security tab at the top of the window. Click the Settings button in the middle of the window. The following window will appear. 10. On the Protected EAP Properties window, select the following settings: Checkmark the Validate server certificate box Under Trusted Root Certification Authorities: o Checkmark Thawte Premium Server CA o Checkmark Thawte Server CA Select Authentication Method = Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) Checkmark the Enable Fast Reconnect box (it s checked by default) 11. To the right of Select Authentication Method, click the Configure button. 12. On the EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window, uncheck the Automatically use my Windows logon name and password box and click OK.
11 13. On the Protected EAP Properties window, click OK. 14. On the KSU Wireless Network properties window, click OK. 15. On the Manually connect to a wireless network window, click OK. 16. Any remaining windows (such as the Network and Sharing Center or Network windows) may also be closed. 17. Click the Start button in the toolbar. 18. Select the Connect To option. The following window will appear.
12 19. On the Connect to a network window, select the KSU Wireless network and click Connect. 20. Click Enter/select additional log on information. This will bring up the Enter Credentials window. 21. Enter the following information: User name = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password Logon domain = USERS
13 22. Click OK. The Successfully connected window will appear. 23. Click Close. You should be automatically connected to the wireless network. When you change your K-State eid password, you have to re-enter your eid/password.
14 Windows 7 configuration: KSU Wireless 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the desktop. 2. Select the Control Panel option. 3. The next window will display in one of these views: Category, Large icons, or Small icons. For Category view (as shown above) on the Control Panel window, find Network and Internet and select View network status and tasks.
15 Or for Small icons view (as shown above) or Large icons view on the Control Panel window, select Network and Sharing Center. The Network and Sharing Center window will appear. 4. On the Network and Sharing Center window, select Set up a new connection or network. The following window will appear.
16 5. From the Choose a connection option menu, select Manually connect to a wireless network and click Next. The following window will appear. 6. In the Manually connect to a wireless network window, enter the following information. (The network name is case-sensitive. All your settings should exactly match those listed below.) Network name = KSU Wireless Security type = WPA2-Enterprise Encryption type = AES (this should be the default option) Security Key = (leave this field blank) Checkmark Start this connection automatically (it should be the default). 7. Click Next. The following window will appear.
17 8. On the Manually connect to a wireless network window, select Change connection settings to enter additional configuration options. The following window will appear. 9. Click the Security tab at the top of the window. Click Settings. The following window will appear. 10. On the Protected EAP Properties window, select the following settings: Under Trusted Root Certification Authorities, checkmark Thawte Premium Server CA Select Authentication Method = Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) Checkmark Enable Fast Reconnect (checked by default).
18 11. Click Configure. The following window will appear. 12. On the EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window, uncheck Automatically use my Windows logon name and password and click OK. 13. On the Protected EAP Properties window, click OK. 14. On the KSU Wireless Network properties window, click OK. 15. On the Manually connect to a wireless network window, click Close. 16. Any remaining windows (such as the Network and Sharing Center or Network windows) may also be closed. 17. Click the Start button at bottom left in the toolbar.
19 18. Select the Control Panel option. 19. The next window will display in Category, Large icons, or Small icons view. For the Category view (as shown above) on the Control Panel window, under Network and Internet, select View network status and tasks. Or for Small icons view (as shown above) or Large icons view, on the All Control Panel Items window, select Network and Sharing Center. The following window will appear.
20 20. In the Network and Sharing Center window, select Connect to a network. 21. Select the KSU Wireless network and click Connect Your computer should now connect to KSU Wireless.
21 23. On the Windows Security Network Authentication window, enter the following information: User name = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password 24. Click OK. You should be automatically connected to the wireless network. When you change your K-State eid password, you have to re-enter your eid/password.
22 Macintosh OS 10.5x/6 configuration: KSU Wireless 1. Make sure your operating system is up-to-date. To do this, from the Apple menu in the upper left corner, run Software Update. 2. Click the AirPort icon on your toolbar and check the status of your AirPort Connection. AirPort should be ON. 3. Click on KSU Wireless. The following window will appear. 4. Enter the following information: User Name = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password 5. Click the AirPort icon on your toolbar and verify KSU Wireless is check marked. Click Open Network Preferences.
23 6. On the Network preferences window, click the padlock icon to unlock the Preference pane and enter your computer s administrative password in order to make changes. 7. Click OK. 8. On the Network Preferences windows, click Advanced.
24 9. The AirPort Preferred Networks panel will appear. Drag KSU Wireless to the top of the Preferred Networks list. 10. Click the 802.1X tab. Look in the window on the left-hand side. If you see User Profiles with a triangle next to it, click the triangle to expand the list. 11. Under User Profiles, click on WPA: KSU Wireless. Authentication = PEAP (make sure PEAP is the only one checkmarked)
25 12. Click OK and click Apply. 13. In the 802.1X Authentication window. enter your K-State eid and password and 14. Enter the following information: 1. User Name = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password 15. Click OK. 16. You may be presented with a Verify Certification window. If so, ensure radius2.ksu.edu is the certificate. 17. Click Continue.
26 Android configuration: KSU Wireless 1. Tap Menu and select Settings 2. Select Wireless & networks 3. Tap on Wi-Fi 4. Select Wi-Fi settings 5. Select KSU Wireless and enter the following information: EAP Method = PEAP Phase 2 Authentication = MSCHAPV2 CA Certificate = Leave this field blank Client Certificate = Leave this field blank Identity = your K-State eid Anonymous Identity = Leave this field blank. Wireless Password = your K-State eid password 6. Tap Save or Connect Allow a few moments for your device to obtain a valid IP address. Once you are connected successfully, your device will show you are Connected.
27 iphone, ipad, or ipod Touch configuration: KSU Wireless 1. Connect to KSU Wireless 2. Username = your K-State eid 3. Password = your K-State eid password 4. Click Accept to accept certificate
28 HP Touch Pad Configuration: KSU Wireless 1. Launch Wi-Fi application. 2. A list of available networks is displayed. Tap + Join network Enter the following information o Network name = KSU Wireless o Security = Enterprise Tap Connect 3. Enter the following information: User name = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password Tap Sign In
29 Chromebook configuration: KSU Wireless 1. Open the settings menu via the icon and select About Chrome OS. 2. Select Check for updates on the first page that opens. Chrome OS versions earlier than may not work on the university wireless network; install updates if available.
30 3. Select Internet from the left menu. If KSU Wireless show in the Remembered networks section, click to highlight, then select Forget this network. 4. Under Wireless networks, click Other Wi-Fi Network. Click Advanced.
31 5. Enter the following information:fill in the pop-up window with the information you see below. Enter KSU Housing (for campus residents) or KSU Wireless (general faculty/staff/students) for the SSID. The Identity and Password will be your eid username and eid password. SSID = KSU Wireless EAP method = PEAP Phase 2 authentication = Automatic Server CA certificate = Do not check Identity = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password 6. Click Connect.
32 Ubuntu configuration: KSU Wireless 8.10 Intrepid Ibex 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope 9.10 Karmic Koala Lucid Lynx Maverick Meerkat Natty Narwhal 1. In the toolbar on the upper right-hand side of the window, right-click the networking icon and select Edit Connections (Alternate method: System > Preferences > Network Connections) 2. The Editing Wireless connection 1 window will appear. Verify these settings: Connection name = (doesn t matter; Wireless connection [x] by default) Checkmark Connect automatically
33 3. Under the Wireless tab, make the following changes: SSID = KSU Wireless Mode = Infrastructure BSSID = (leave this field blank) MAC address = (leave this field blank) MTU = automatic 4. Under the Wireless Security tab, make the following changes: Security = WPA & WPA2 Enterprise Authentication = Protected EAP (PEAP) Anonymous Identity = (leave this field blank) CA Certificate = Thawte_Premium_Server_CA.pem If clicking on the CA Certificate field doesn t open the correct directory, the path is /etc/ssl/certs/thawte_premium_server_ca.pem PEAP Version = Automatic Inner Authentication = MSCHAPv2 User Name = your K-State eid Password = your K-State eid password 5. Under the IPv4 Settings tab, no settings need to be changed. 6. Click Apply to connect to KSU Wireless. Note: Ubuntu does not contain any Thawte Certificates. Download the Thawte Root Certificates from https://www.thawte.com/roots/index.html Download thawte-roots.zip and extract in your home directory. The filepath of your Thawte Certificates will be /yourusername/thawte
34 Troubleshooting KSU Wireless issues Issue 1: WPA2 isn t in the Network Authentication list when you re configuring the connection to KSU Wireless in Windows XP or Vista. 1. Disable other wireless management utilities (Windows XP only). KSU Wireless can support only the Windows management of the wireless card, so any wireless configuration utilities that came with the card have to be disabled. Many wireless connection utilities display an icon in the bottom right corner of the Windows desktop. The icons for these utilities often look like an antenna or a signal strength indicator. Windows wireless Other utilities wireless icons Many of the utilities can be opened by right-clicking on the icon. Some of them will allow you to disable the utility or let Windows manage wireless connections from the resulting menu. Follow these online instructions to open the Dell utility: Uncheck Let this tool manage your wireless networks, and click OK to save your change. 2. Make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements. Update Windows XP to XP SP3. 3. Make sure your network adapter is WPA2-Enterprise certified. a. Determine which wireless network adapter your computer is using. For Windows XP: Follow Steps 3-5 of the XP configuration instructions above. The wireless adapter is at the top of the Wireless Network Connection Properties window. For Windows Vista: Start > Control Panel > System and Maintenance > System > Device Manager > Network Adapters
35 b. Verify that the adapter is WPA2-Enterprise certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. 1) Click one of the links below that matches the network adapter used by your computer. Internal wireless network adapters External wireless network adapters 2) Find your wireless adapter in the list. 3) Click View Wi-Fi Certifications for the adapter (on the right side of the list). The adapter must be WPA2-Enterprise certified to work with the KSU Wireless network. 4. If your adapter is WPA2-Enterprise certified, update the driver (for XP and Vista). Go to the website of the laptop s manufacturer and install the most current driver for the network adapter. 5. If your adapter is not WPA2-Enterprise certified, you may need to purchase a USB wireless adapter that is WPA2-Enterprise certified. Before buying one, make sure that your computer meets all system requirements. Note that Windows 98 cannot support WPA2. Issue 2: Cannot connect to the KSU Wireless network 1. Have you carefully followed the wireless configuration instructions for your operating system? Double-check your settings and try to reconnect to the KSU Wireless network. 2. When you look at your computer s list of available wireless networks, what is the current strength of the KSU Wireless signal? Any wireless network can become slow to respond if: Many devices are connecting in the same location The devices are using a lot of network resources The wireless signal is weak because you re too far away Try connecting again in a few minutes. If you re on the edge of a wireless zone, move toward the middle to see if the signal gets stronger, and try again.
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