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Revision as of 12:09, 17 May 2010

Introduction

Official iPhone Web Page


  • Students / Faculty and Staff should connect to rootown from the steps listed. If you are a guest of the university, you should connect with uaguest

Connecting The iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad to the wireless network

NOTE: You must have the iPhone 2.0 firmware to connect to rootown

  • Tap Settings
  • Tap Wi-Fi
  • Make sure Wi-Fi is set to On
  • Under Choose a Network, tap Other
  • In the Name field, type rootown
  • Tap Security
  • Select WPA2 Enterprise
  • Enter your UAnetID and password in the username and password fields
  • Tap Join



NOTE: If you have joined the "uaguest" network before this setup and it keeps connecting to it, find the network under Settings > Wi-Fi, click on the arrow next to the network, and select "Forget This Network." This will drop the profile for "uaguest" and use your new rootown one.

Connecting the iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad to your email

For Students

Please click here for instructions on setting up your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad for use with the Google Apps Student E-Mail System.

For Faculty

NOTE: You must have the iPhone 2.0 software to connect to the exchange server

  • Tap Settings
  • Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars
  • Tap Add Account
  • Tap Microsoft Exchange
  • Enter your email address
  • Enter your username in the following format:
    • UANET\uanetid
    • For example, if your UAnetID is zippy, you would enter UANET\zippy
  • Enter your email password
  • Tap Next
  • If prompted for a Server, enter exchange.uanet.edu
  • Click Next
  • Click Save

Connect to VPN

  1. Set VPN to PPTP
  2. Server - vpn.uakron.edu
  3. Account - UAnetID
  4. RSA Secure ID - OFF
  5. Password - UAnetID's Password
  6. Encryption - Auto
  7. Send All Traffic - ON

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