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Click once on the aironet symbol along the top of the screen.
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==Tiger Wireless== 
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Click once on the aironet symbol along the top of the screen.<br>
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A menu will open.  In the menu you will see ''tsunami''<br>
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Click it.  A new window will open.  '''Change''' the encryption from WEP to '''LEAP'''<br>
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Next, enter your UANET ID and Password into the aproperate feilds.<br>
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If clicking ''tsunami'' does not open a new window, select the '''Other...''' and fill in the information manually.<br>
  
A menu will open. In the menu you will see ''tsunami''
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==Leopard Wireless==  
 
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Choose:  Apple > System Prefereces > Network<br>
Click it.  A new window will open.  '''Change''' the encryption from WEP to '''LEAP'''
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Select Airport on the on left-hand menu > click '''Advanced'''<br>
 
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Select 802.1X tab > in the Domain option, select '''User'''<br>
Next, enter your UANET ID and Password into the aproperate feilds.
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Click on the  plus (+) button in the lower left-hand corner, and enter ''tsunami''<br>
 
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There should be an option that pops up with your username and password (UAnet ID & password), type that in
If clicking ''tsunami'' does not open a new window, select the '''Other...''' and fill in the information manually.
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Under the Authentication uncheck EVERYTHING except for PEAP<br>
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Click '''OK'''<br>
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Then in the network window, make sure tsunami is selected and then hit “apply”  <br>
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If wireless does not connect, turn Airport off and on and it should connect.<br>

Revision as of 00:15, 18 February 2008

Tiger Wireless

Click once on the aironet symbol along the top of the screen.
A menu will open. In the menu you will see tsunami
Click it. A new window will open. Change the encryption from WEP to LEAP
Next, enter your UANET ID and Password into the aproperate feilds.
If clicking tsunami does not open a new window, select the Other... and fill in the information manually.

Leopard Wireless

Choose: Apple > System Prefereces > Network
Select Airport on the on left-hand menu > click Advanced
Select 802.1X tab > in the Domain option, select User
Click on the plus (+) button in the lower left-hand corner, and enter tsunami
There should be an option that pops up with your username and password (UAnet ID & password), type that in Under the Authentication uncheck EVERYTHING except for PEAP
Click OK
Then in the network window, make sure tsunami is selected and then hit “apply”
If wireless does not connect, turn Airport off and on and it should connect.